Regional ministers discuss "Turkish Stream"

Foreign ministers of Serbia, Hungary, Greece, Turkey, and Macedonia are meeting in Budapest on Tuesday to discuss participation in the Turkish Stream pipeline.

Source: Beta

Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic announced during his news conference late last week that the main topic of the meeting will "energy security and energy safety."

According to Dacic, the meeting's participants will "exchange opinions about the readiness of the five countries to realize the project."

The discussions about Turkish Stream were launched after Russia announced it was abandoning South Stream.

The Turkish Stream pipeline should transport Russian gas under the Black Sea to Turkey, and then by land to the Turkish-Greek border, from where it could continue via Greece, Macedonia, and Serbia.


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