Turkish energy minister meets Hungarian economy minister

Int’l Relations

Turkish Energy & Natural Resources Minister Hilmi Guler met Hungarian Minister of Economics & Transportation János Kóka at his office in Ankara on Wednesday.

After the meeting, Guler told reporters joint energy committee would convene in Budapest, Hungary in the second week of April. Joint energy projects including Nabucco project would be discussed in this meeting, he said. Guler stated they wanted that Nabucco project would be completed as soon as possible. On the other hand, Kóka said Hungary attached great importance to Nabucco project. Mol Hungarian oil & gas company was eager to boost its relations with Botas (Turkish Petroleum Pipeline Corp.). (turkishpress)

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