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Tripartite gas union headed by Russia

The official spokesman for the Russian presidency, Dmitry Peskov, revealed today, Tuesday, that the idea of ​​establishing a tripartite gas union between Russia, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan has not yet been formalized, stressing that the supply routes in this region are appropriate.

Peskov told reporters: “Of course, this idea and initiative will crystallize in some way. I mean in terms of formulating clear features. We are talking about the fact that this is a vast, vast and very important region, and of course the roads, energy supplies, gas, etc. It is the coordination of actions that will meet the interests of the three countries mentioned.”

A spokesman for the Kazakh President, Ruslan Zeldibay, said that Tokayev and Putin discussed the establishment of a gas union that brings together three countries, Russia, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, to coordinate the procedures for transporting Russian gas.

Where the Presidents of Kazakhstan and Russia, Kasim Jomart Tokayev and Vladimir Putin, discussed the establishment of a “trilateral gas union” with the participation of Uzbekistan to coordinate procedures in transporting Russian gas, at a meeting held in the Kremlin.

The spokesman conveyed the words of President Tokayev during the meeting with Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin, saying that “the Russian president spoke in the negotiations that ended about the need to establish a” tripartite union “with the participation of Uzbekistan.”

Tokayev added that the Kazakh side “needs to delve into this issue” in order to reach the desired results and agreements.

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