Possibilities for partnership in the field of natural gas, especially supplies of liquefied gas, which Algeria provides to other European countries, were the main topic of the discussion between Algerian Ambassador to Bulgaria Messaoud Mehila and Energy Minister Rumen Radev. The meeting was held at the Energy Ministry, with the attendance of Deputy Minister Nikolay Nikolov and experts from the International Relations Directorate.
The Algerian side extended an invitation to Minister Radev to pay a visit to the North- African country in the future.
Algeria is country with a large territory, and therefore, in addition to exploiting conventional energy sources, various options for investing in green energy are being considered, Ambassador Messaoud Mehila said, and added that Algeria would also need partners to develop its potential in the area of green energy.
Minister Radev welcomed the idea and made the commitment to explore the possibilities for deepening the bilateral partnership.
At the end of the meeting, Ambassador Mehila and Minister Radev underlined that Bulgaria is a historically important partner for Algeria and it is essential for both sides to maintain and develop their relations.