The Role of Europe’s Southeastern Periphery in the EU Energy Security

From left to right: New Europe Editor, Alexandros Koronakis, SGT SA CEO, Simeon Tsomokos, Former MP and MEP Niki Tzavella, European Commissioner for Regional Policy, Corina Creţu, Vice-President of the European Parliament, Dimitris Papadimoulis, New Europe publisher, Basil Coronakis, and Theodore Kitsakos, CEO of Public Gas Corporation, DEPA SA.

The Role of Europe’s Southeastern Periphery in the EU Energy Security


Interest in Southeast Europe’s role in the European Union’s energy security is growing throughout the broader area. This is why it is not surprising that a May 26 conference in Brussels attracted the interest of all key players in the area of Greece and Bulgaria, just a few weeks after the inauguration of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP).
Corina Creţu, the European Commissioner responsible for regional policy, opened the conference, which was titled “The Role of Europe's Southeastern Periphery...


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