Reuters: Erdogan says TurkStream, nuclear power deals with Russia to be expedited

20:57, 10 October 2016
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Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday the TurkStream natural gas pipeline project with Russia and plans for a Russian-built nuclear power plant in Turkey would be accelerated as ties between the two countries are normalised, according to Reuters.


Speaking at a joint news conference in Istanbul after signing an agreement on TurkStream with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Erdogan said time lost on the Akkuyu project would be made up, Reuters wrote.

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