Turkish Stream to Make Turkey “Middleman for Europe’s Energy Buyers”
The agreement between Moscow and Ankara to launch the construction of Turkish Stream gas pipeline suggests that "Turkey’s patience with Brussels is wearing thin…and Ankara’s willingness to support Europe’s foreign-policy priorities…is diminishing,” Keith Johnson opined on foreignpolicy.com.
According to the author, Turkish Stream “could have the power to embolden Russian President Vladimir Putin” and make Turkey “a middleman for Europe’s energy buyers”.
You can read the full article “Turkey’s Reckless Gas Game” here.
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