Foreign Ministers of Hungary, Serbia, Greece, Turkey, Macedonia to Discuss Turkish Stream

World » SOUTHEAST EUROPE | April 3, 2015, Friday // 18:38| Views: | Comments: 0
Bulgaria: Foreign Ministers of Hungary, Serbia, Greece, Turkey, Macedonia to Discuss Turkish Stream Serbia's Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic, photo by EPA/BGNES

The foreign ministers of Hungary, Serbia, Greece, Turkey, and Macedonia will exchange views on possibilities for participating in the Turkish Stream project at a meeting on April 7 in Budapest.

The main topics on the agenda of the meeting will be electricity supply and energy security, according to Serbia’s Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic, as cited by the Macedonian Information Agency (MIA) and the BGNES news agency.

The participants in the meeting will present the opinions of the five countries on their level of preparedness for the implementation of the Turkish Stream project and discuss the new route for gas deliveries to the region.

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