Tuzla-Podisor gas pipeline to significantly contribute to security of Romania's natural gas supply

Tuzla-Podisor gas pipeline to significantly contribute to security of Romania's natural gas supply

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The Tuzla-Podisor gas pipeline is a strategic objective and will contribute significantly to increasing the security of Romania's natural gas supply, Deputy Prime Minister Marian Neacsu said. CE Report quoting Agerpres

The Deputy Prime Minister attended the signing ceremony of the order to start work on the Tuzla-Podisor gas pipeline at the Victoria Palace on Friday.

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