Energy block in East-Med from Serbia-Bulgaria: Agreed with Moscow & amp; join with "Turk Stream"

Energy block in East-Med from Serbia-Bulgaria: Agreed with Moscow & amp; join with Turk Stream

Rapid energy developments come from the Balkans as Serbia and Bulgaria shake hands with Russia over the "Turk & nbsp; Stream" pipeline. Belgrade recently announced that gas pipeline construction projects are under way!

The pipeline is now renamed from "Turkish Stream" to "TurkStream" in the Serbian and Bulgarian sections, while Ukraine is definitively ending as an energy hub.

The acceleration of the creation of the Russian gas pipeline is directly linked to developments in the Eastern Mediterranean, and at first glance Moscow appears to be rapidly gaining momentum in developments and East-Med.

Recall that & nbsp; Italy & nbsp; has at present said "no" to "East-Med" while the & nbsp; West also loses the alternative route, & nbsp; that of Skopje-Serbia.

In addition, if the information that Russian military forces want to protect Russian gas depots and stations in Serbia is confirmed, then this is a purely military dimension.

In addition, which country will "buy" expensive gas in the future from & nbsp; East-Med, when the Russian equivalent Will it be cheaper and faster to reach European homes?

Hungary & nbsp; will begin the process of concluding a contract for the capacity of the "Turk & nbsp; Stream" gas pipeline in September, Foreign and Trade Minister Péter Szijjártó said after a meeting of the Hungary-Hungary Joint Economic Committee.

"The plan is for the pipeline to pass from Russkaya station in Anapa in the Krasnodar region along the Black Sea to & nbsp; & nbsp; Kıyıköy in the Turkish Gulf to reach Hungary and Austria.

On March 19, the last marine welding with the offshore section of the Turksih Stream gas pipeline took place on March 19, the project manager for South Stream Transport B.V.

During the technical operation, which is called welding above the sea surface, the two bottom sections of the pipeline are welded together. The total weight lifted during the welding work reached 409 tonnes.

After the welding was thoroughly examined, this section of the pipeline was sunk to the bottom at a depth of 32 meters. The same welding process had been carried out in Russian territorial waters, from where the pipeline started in January-February 2019.

Following the completion of the welding process above sea level, the coastal section near the Russian Federation's Anapa town was completed with the reception terminal in the town of Kigikioi (Medea) in eastern Thrace. publishes any comment that is relevant to the topic to which the article refers. Everyone has the right to freely express his views. However, this does not mean that we adopt these views and reserve the right not to publish abusive or abusive comments where we find them. In any case, everyone bears the responsibility of anyone who writes and has no legal or other liability.

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