Romania and Bulgaria consider building two hydro projects on Danube River

Romania and Bulgaria may join forces to build two hydropower plants on the Danube River, according to European news outlets.

Tudor Serban, Romania’s deputy economy minister, told the Romanian news agency Newsin that the two countries will try to obtain funding for the two projects from the European Union.

A cooperation memorandum for the project will be signed “within a month,” Serban said.
“Experts from both our countries will meet to work on a memorandum.”

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