Turkey is not prepared to be treated as a gas transit country for Russia’s Turkish Stream project, its Minister of Energy and Natural Resources Taner Yildiz said over the weekend. “Moscow sees us only as a transit country. For us, this makes no sense. We are interested in establishing a joint supply chain.” This had been agreed in principle, but Russia had gone back on its word, he claimed, arguing that the new project had to serve both countries’ interests.
Ankara plays hardball with Moscow over Turkish Stream