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Russia has nothing against Croatian LNG terminal construction
01 February 2019 , 14:09Neftegaz.RU440
Zagreb, February 1 - Neftegaz.RU. According to Total Croatia news Russian Ambassador to Croatia Anvar Azimov said on Wednesday that Russia had nothing against building the Croatian LNG terminal, adding however that his country was prepared to deliver cheap Russian gas to Croatia as much as necessary.
Asked to comment on the energy situation in Croatia, given that the government approved the purchase of the water-based LNG terminal, Azimov said Russia was interested in seeing Croatia always be a safe country energy wise.
Anvar Azimov said that on the energy diversification front, the source of the gas supply was always important, that this moment Russian gas was still the cheapest and that Russia last year released 2 billion m3 of gas to Croatia. He said Croatia would always be interested in buying cheap Russian gas.
The Russian ambassador said that last year EU member states imported over 200 billion m3 of gas and that Russia has proved itself as a safe partner.
Azimov said that if the floating LNG terminal was to be built, Russia would be happy if it would benefit Croatia. He, however, said he was confident that Croatia and the entire Europe would be interested in cheap Russian gas. Russia is prepared to supply Croatia with gas as much as necessary, he said.
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