Serbian-Russian's oil giant in expansion on East Europe

Something "fresh" from my country. NIS, state oil firm, which was mostly under Russia's Gazprom Neft is planing to invest $2.2 billion in new operation in this part of Europe by the 2025. Go Serbia, go....

 

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Petar, your government has made a deal with Gazprom and lost only profitable company in country.So sad.

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Indeed it was expected. Russia was your only ally in the last hundred years... So, you must give them something...

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haha. well, if you want to be big in Eastern Europe, it's got to be with Gazprom

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Russia is our strategic partner and I have to say that we have this cooperation last 800 years. Our oil magnate NIS was on knees before Gazprom.

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Yeah, this sort of underpins the struggle with Gazprom in Eastern Europe. Everyone needs Gazprom or they're not going anywhere, yet they have to sacrifice quite a bit for this. 

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Vladimir Gligorov, one of the most respectable economist in that part of Europe, recently, in his article about small countries on Balkan has wrote:
"Small countries like Serbia, which don't care too much about trading rules and investments and want to seat on 4 chairs,  indeed sold their geopolitic and geoeconomic significance - and that is not too much. That kind of politics until now 
didn't give any result".
I think it's a destiny and general rules for many countries, not just on Balkan.

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When Gapzrom came to NIS, it was 2009. they made a contract about 500 million euros. In that moment it was highest offer for this company which was near to be closed. Today, we are talking about new investment and expansion....

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