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 Ukraine interested in 'gas corridor' with Hungary and Croatia, - PM Hroisman

Ukraine's Prime Minister Volodymyr Hroisman says Ukraine is ready to participate in formation of 'gas corridor' with Hungary and Croatia.

Hroisman said during the meeting with his Croatian counterpart Andrej Plenković, Censor.NET reports citing the Cabinet's press service.

"We are interested in creation of the 'gas corridor' Croatia-Hungary-Ukraine. We'll do our best for this project to reach its implementation. We are interested in such gas deliveries for Ukraine," Hroisman said.

Ukraine interested in gas corridor with Hungary and Croatia, - PM Hroisman 01
Plenković (right) and Hroisman (left)

Ukraine, within the framework of diversification of natural gas supplies and with the aim of establishing new forms of cooperation in the energy sector with the countries of the European Union, is ready to join the project of forming a new 'gas corridor' Croatia-Hungary-Ukraine, which provides for the use of LNG-terminal capacity on Croatian coastline.

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

The project belongs to the package of initiatives by President of Croatia Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović on formation of the Central European cooperation vertical "Adriatic-Baltic-Black Sea" and involves not only organization of fuel supplies, but also possible integration of the gas transportation systems of the three countries.





 
 
 
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