Greece and Hungary confirm their intention to participate in "Turkish Stream"

8 april 2015 | 17:55

Serbia and Macedonia also intend to participate in the project. 

Газпром, Gazprom
Macedonia and Serbia also sign declaration on taking part in “Turkish Stream” project
Greece and Hungary have approved plans to build a new Russian gas pipeline "Turkish Stream."

This is a blow to the unity of the EU position on the Ukrainian issue, writes the Euobserver.

The foreign ministers of these two countries added their names to the Declaration on "Turkish Stream" project, where their partners are Macedonia and Serbia.

Read more: Russia informs EU about "South Stream" abandonment

The text of the declaration states that signatories "express their support for the creation of a commercially viable route for diversification of natural gas sources through the territory of Turkey."

Earlier, it was reported that Russia had decided to abandon the "South Stream."


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