Energy and Natural Resources Minister Fatih Donmez announced that Turkey will sell natural gas to Bulgaria and the agreement will be signed tomorrow.
Russia completely cut off gas flows to Bulgaria and Poland on the grounds that they did not act in accordance with the ruble payment system.
The Sofia administration, which had begun to seek to continue its gas supplies, turned its direction to Turkey.
While the negotiations between Turkey and Bulgaria on natural gas continued, a surprising statement came from the Minister of Energy and Natural Resources, Fatih Dönmez.
Speaking on TVNET’s live broadcast, Minister Dönmez stated that an important agreement between Bulgaraz and Botaş will be signed tomorrow.
“Turkey will sell natural gas to Bulgaria, signatures will be signed tomorrow”
Dönmez said that Turkey will sell natural gas to Bulgaria. Botash held a meeting in Amman for the last time. They pretty much agreed, so far we haven’t worked with Oman much. We went to 15 countries last year. Tomorrow we have a trip to Bulgaria. There an agreement will be concluded between Polgargaz and BOTAŞ. An agreement will be reached between BOTAŞ and Bulgargaz. He said.
Negotiations were underway regarding the use of 1 billion cubic meters of capacity
On the other hand, Bulgarian Energy Minister Rosen Hristov said that negotiations are continuing to use one billion cubic meters of capacity from Turkish LNG terminals.
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