Balkans | Aliyev attended the signing ceremony of the agreement reached between natural gas transport companies in Bulgaria

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Balkans |  Aliyev attended the signing ceremony of the agreement reached between natural gas transport companies in Bulgaria

In Bulgaria, Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and his Bulgarian counterpart Rumen Radev attended the signing ceremony of the agreement reached between the Bulgarian Bulgartansgaz Company, the Romanian Transgaz Company, the Slovak Ustream Company and the Azerbaijani Natural Gas Transport Company SOCAR.

In his speech at the ceremony, Aliyev evaluated the project, which will contribute to meeting the needs of natural gas in Central and Western Europe.

“This document was a very important step in the field of diversifying energy sources and increasing energy security,” said the Azerbaijani president. In this way, he said, greater and safer gas will be provided to more countries in Europe.

“Our joint project reveals the new level of relations between our countries and the dynamism of our political dialogue,” Aliyev said. Use the phrase.

Aliyev noted that Azerbaijan has signed strategic cooperation contracts with 9 European countries, which are of great importance for the future, and added that Bulgaria and Azerbaijan are not only friends, but also strategic partners.

Aliyev said that Azerbaijan will open up new natural gas resources in the coming years. Aliyev continued his words as follows:

We plan to double our supply of natural gas by 2027. While our country is currently transporting natural gas to Georgia, Turkey, Bulgaria and Italy, Romania will also be included in the list this year. If the necessary connections are provided between the internal transfer systems, we can also transfer to Hungary and Slovakia.

– “Emphasizing for Successful Collaboration” from Radev

“One more step has been taken in the field of successful energy cooperation in Europe,” said Bulgarian President Rumen Radev. He said.

Noting that successful international logistics were provided for supplying Europe with new natural gas resources when effective decisions were taken, “the understanding of cooperation and solidarity based on this joint initiative acquired new dimensions after the start of the war in Ukraine.” he said.

Pointing out that the agreement created a new and reliable opportunity in transporting and diversifying natural gas from Azerbaijan to central and southeastern Europe, Radev said, “It will contribute to mutual communication and exchange of capabilities between the countries of the region. When our partners were in dire need of regular and reliable replenishment, we together took a step To diversify our resources. Use the phrase.

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