This was stated by Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.

"We talked with our Greek partners about the easier availability of Alexandroupolis for us, so that we could use it at the same time when we complete the connecting gas pipeline with Bulgaria in October, where we could receive from 3 to 3.5 million cubic meters daily if necessary," RIA Novosti quoted him as saying.

Vucic noted that Serbia currently has 528 million cubic meters of gas reserves.

Earlier, Vucic in an interview with pink TV channel said that Russia had provided Serbia with additional space to store 100 million cubic meters. m of gas in its part of the underground storage facility "Banatski Dvor".

On February 1, Vucic said that Serbia would become a gas transit country for other countries in the Western Balkans thanks to an inter-system gas pipeline with Bulgaria.