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Russia and Turkey agree on South Stream deal

Russia and Turkey agree on South Stream deal

ITAR-TASS: MOSCOW, RUSSIA. DECEMBER 28, 2011. Russia's prime minister Vladimir Putin at the signing of an agreement on natural gas supplies for Turkey. Turkey has formally approved the South Stream Project, which envisages the construction of a pipeline to carry Russian natural gas under the Black Sea to Bulgaria and on to Europe. (Photo ITAR-TASS/ Valery Sharifulin)
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