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Romania and Turkey have signed a MoU on power transmission between the two countries


Romania’s Minister for Energy Constantin Nita and Turkey’s Minister of Energy and Natural Resources Taner Yildiz signed on Thursday a Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation in the development of energy interconnections, which will allow the creation of an alternative facility for electricity exchange between the two countries, including by submarine cable, according to a communique of the Ministry of Economy. According to the document, the two ministers discussed about the latest evolutions in the energy sector of the two countries, regional cooperation and strategic interconnection projects. In the following period, operators of the transmission system in Romania and Turkey will make the necessary steps, taking into account the laws and regulations in the two countries, as well as the EU legislation, to boost direct electricity exchanges between the two countries.