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Turkish energy ministry confirms that Israel has reached to Turkey, bidding to build a pipeline linking its fields with Turkey’s southern coast to commercialize its energy resouces in Europe. However, Turkey is not positive about the offer setting forth the political tension, minister official says reports Hurriyet.
Israel has offered to lay an undersea natural gas pipeline to Turkey’s south coast in order to sell energy to Europe, but the Turkish government is yet to give an answer due to the political tension between two parties, a Turkish energy ministry official has told the Hurriyet Daily News.
“Israel has made a bid to build a pipeline to Turkey within last two weeks,” the official said. “But we have a policy regarding Israel and the claims that Turkey leans towards this idea is not true.”
Referring to Israeli daily Yedioth Ahronot, Turkish daily Vatan claimed yesterday that Israeli Prime Ministry Undersecretary Harel Locker and Israeli energy giant the Delek group - who also signed an agreement with Greek Cyprus to explore off-shore energy, arousing reactions from Turkey - had conducted two meetings with the Turkish Energy Ministry to present the pipeline offer.
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