Gazprom, a Russian gas giant, has increased exports of blue fuel to Turkey by 25%, the company said on Monday.
“From 1 January to 15 April 2017, the supply of Russian gas has increased to many countries outside the former Soviet Union. In particular, to Turkey and the countries of Central and South-Eastern Europe. Thus, exports to Turkey compared to the same period in 2016 has grown by 25%, to Hungary — by 31.5%, to Serbia — by 32.5%, Bulgaria — by 20.9%,” — the message released by Gazprom reads.
As it was previously reported, Gazprom increased gas exports to countries outside the former Soviet Union in the period from 1 January to 15 April 2017 by 14.7%, up to 58.5 billion cubic meters.