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Azerbaijan, Romania discuss Trans-Caspian pipeline

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Azerbaijan and Romania held high-level bilateral talks on the prospects of establishing a Trans-Caspian gas pipeline, as well as the EU’s kin Nabucco scheme.

The delegation headed by Rasim Mammadov, Administration Office Chief of Ministry of Industry and Energy, visited Romania.

The Ministry reported that the delegation negotiated with Adrian Lucian Stancu, Romgaz Vice-President, Dorin Brau, Dorin Brau Deputy Director, Liviu Ilasu, Conpet Company General Director, and Ioan Rusu, Transgaz Company General Director. Realization of Trans-Caspian and Nabucco gas pipelines were discussed. Romania mentioned the importance of cooperation with Azerbaijan to provide energy security in Europe.

Viorel Palaska, Deputy Minister of Economy and Finance of Romania, mentioned first positive results of negotiations with Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan regarding the Trans-Caspian Project. (Azerbaijan Business Center)

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