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    Azerbaijan, Russia, Georgia and Turkey, to cooperate on energy

    Hürriyet Haber
    17.02.2006 - 11:23 | Son Güncelleme:

    Speaking at a press briefing on Thrusday, Azerbaijan's Industry and Energy Minister Natig Aliyev said that talks on parallel work of energy systems and energy exchange were underway between Azerbaijan, Russia, Georgia and Turkey. The Azeri minister said that specific projects were being designed to carry out the planned activities. “These steps can be regarded as being part of the creation of a single electricity system for Eurasia in the near future,” Aliyev said.

    He said the project aimed at establishing a single energy system of Black Sea Economic Cooperation Organization member-states would strengthen regional energy security. Aliyev also pointed to the need for creating a system of environmentally friendly and reliable transportation of energy.

    The Black Sea Economic Cooperation Organization was established in 1992 by Azerbaijan, Turkey, Ukraine, Romania, Albania, Georgia, Bulgaria, Greece, Moldova, Russia, Serbia-Montenegro and Armenia.



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