Wie sich die Beziehungen Russlands zu manchem EU-Staat aktuell ändern, kann man wunderbar an der Pressekonferenz vom 30.05.2018 von Putin und Borisov sehen.
hier das Transscript: http://en.kremlin.ru/events/president/news/57608
Wobei wohl noch kein anderes EU-Staatsoberhaupt Putin öffentlich verbal derart Honig ums Maul geschmiert hat...
Ein paar Sätze von Borisov:
"..We have good prospects. The issues that we discussed on gas and other subjects have been approved by the European Commission. I conveyed greetings from Jean-Claude Juncker..."
"...We know about the difficult relations in the past and are grateful to our colleagues for not being vindictive and the fact that Russian-Bulgarian relations do not depend on the extent of guilt of some politicians. We are thinking about the future economic development of our two countries."
"... I would like to thank President Putin for his attitude once again. I am to blame for creating certain tensions, but there were meetings in Gdansk and Sofia and we have spoken by telephone. When it came to the worst and I wanted to talk, my calls were always answered. And I really accept part of the guilt for those developments."
"We had backed out of these projects for the sake of principle, which complicated our relations with Russia. So I am very grateful that Russia holds no grudge against us. A senior partner is always more inclined to grant forgiveness."
"Bulgaria has adopted a special approach on this matter. We are the most loyal and the most disciplined country in the European Union. This is the reason why all the pipelines bypassed our territory. We hope that today we have redressed an injustice. "
"... Jean-Claude Juncker headed a European Commission delegation that came to Sofia and presented a plan of the Balkan gas distribution hub to the media. This project is backed by our European partners, who met with President Putin over the past few days. I am referring to Angela Merkel, Emmanuel Macron and Sebastian Kurz. This time
we stated our position with the utmost clarity, since this is a matter of principle for Bulgaria, as well as for the European Union."