Russia and Serbia to Discuss South Stream Project
Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Serbian counterpart Tomislav Nikolic will discuss the South Stream project, as well as a number of bilateral issues during their meeting in Belgrade on October 16, Kremlin aide Yuri Ushakov said Wednesday.
"As for the talks in Belgrade, energy will be discussed, including the South Stream, the situation with the Serbian oil company NIS. As you know, there are still several problems," the Russian presidential aide said.
"They will also discuss issues related to the Russian Railways cooperation. JSC Russian Railways is actively involved in various projects related to the reconstruction of Serbian railways," Ushakov added.