Greece: "South Stream", niether alive, nor dead yet.

The Greek authorities believed that the Russian project "South Stream" had not died completely, because its development was still possible - despite the fact that this issue was not included into the official agenda of the European Commission (EC), the Deputy Foreign Minister of Greece Nikos Ksidakis stated.

"At the moment the issue is not officially on the agenda. However, it did not die completely. Despite the anti-Russian sanctions, the idea of the implementation of "South Stream" is still alive. Following this logic, I can say that "South Stream" can come to life", - he stated in an interview to RIA "Novosti".

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