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Massoud Mirkazemi:

Iran will resume gas exports to Turkey

Service : Politic
Tehran, Oct 26, (ICANA) – Chairman of Iran Majlis (parliament) Energy Commission Massoud Mirkazemi says Iran’s gas exports to Turkey, which were disrupted due to a pipeline blast in the northeastern part of the importing country, will be resumed.
Sunday, October 28, 2012 2:22:51 PM
Iran will resume gas exports to Turkey

Mirkazemi said Friday that there is no change in Tehran’s policy for importing gas to Turkey and exports to this country will be soon resumed. “The explosion that took place is the result of the political disputes in Turkey and the opposition groups commit these acts against Turkey. However, there is no disagreement between Tehran and Ankara,” Mirkazemi added.

He went on to say that explosions in Iran-Turkey gas pipeline, which occur several times a year, are due to political issues in Turkey and have nothing to do with the Islamic Republic.

“The people of Turkey need Iranian gas.... We are not looking to create problems for Turkish people, therefore, Iran’s gas will definitely go to Turkey and we will not pay attention to [viewpoints of] the US or European Union in Iran-Turkey relations,” he asserted.

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