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Serbia attracted by Russia’s 'Turkish Stream' gas pipeline

06 July 2017


Tags : energy - energy,gas,serbia,russia


Belgrade, dtt-net.com – Serbia is showing interest to build a new gas pipeline with help from Russia and connect with Bulgaria to use Russian gas through 'Turkish Stream', with Belgrade and Moscow hoping that Bulgaria would join and make possible the project which would be a direct competitor to EU’s Trans-Adriatic-Pipeline (TAP).


 


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