Turkey should not be the only country to transfer Iranian gas to the European Union, said Iran's Deputy Oil Minister for International Affairs Seyyed Mohammad-Hadi Nejad-Hosseinian on Tuesday. "Turkey's intention to purchase gas from Iran and sell it to Europe directly is unacceptable to Iran," Nejad-Hosseinian emphasized.
Iran, Ukraine, Armenia, Georgia, and Russia are planning to hold a five-party meeting next month on the export of gas from Iran to Europe via Ukraine. Iran is expecting Russia's support for the project, which will expedite the process.
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