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Sunday, January 22, 2017

Moscow and Ankara signed an agreement on “Turkish stream”


signed an agreement on construction of two branches of the gas pipeline “Turkish stream”. The document was signed by energy Minister of the two countries in the presence of presidents of Russia Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan.


photo: kremlin.ru

Russia and Turkey signed an agreement on “Turkish stream”. The document was signed in the presence of President Vladimir Putin and Tayyip erdoğan, the Ministers of energy of Russia Alexander Novak and Turkish Berat Albaraka.

As earlier reported the head of “Gazprom” Alexey Miller, the agreement provides for the construction of two strings of tubing.

Erdogan at a joint press conference called today a “very full”. “As a result of our work, agreements were signed”, – he said, expressing confidence that the process of normalization of Russian-Turkish relations will continue in full swing.

Putin, in turn, said that the parties agreed in the framework of the agreement pipeline on the discount on gas for Turkey. “Moscow and Ankara are moving towards a major energy hub in Turkey,” he added.

Relations between Russia and Turkey. Chronicle of events
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