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 "There is very interesting project of gas supplies from Croatia via LNG-terminal. It will strengthen energy independence," – PM Hroisman

Following his visit to Hungary, Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Hroisman announced a new project of gas supplies from Croatia to Ukraine through an LNG-terminal.

As reported by Censor.NET, the PM called this project very promising and capable of strengthening Ukraine's energy independence. According to Hroisman, the project can be implemented in medium term.

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The official also stressed importance of accords to make Hungarian visas free of charge for Ukrainians. According to him, it will deepen cooperation between the two countries.

"The trade turnover has grown over the past nine months. This means that we start developing mutually beneficial cooperation. One of the visit outcomes was visa application charge abolition for our citizens by Hungary, which is a very good step to deepen our cooperation," the prime minister said.

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