Baku, June 3, AZERTAC
“Hungary is ready to share its 30-year professional experience in the nuclear industry experience and its gas market trade with its energy partner Turkey,” Minister of State for Energy Affairs of Hungary Andrss Aradszki has told Anadolu Agency.
Aradszki said: "To this effect, Hungary and the Republic of Turkey signed a Memorandum of Understanding this year, creating a solid basis for future co-operation in education, training, research and development in the nuclear industry."
“Hungary welcomes all developments on the Trans Anatolia Natural Gas Pipeline, TANAP, as it "represents a breakthrough in the connection of the Caspian with European regions."
"In addition to that, through construction of the missing cross border interconnections, Hungary will be able to ensure a significant gas storage capacity to support the flexibility of Turkey's supply. Furthermore Hungary supports the development of the Turkish energy sector through the participation of Hungarian companies," Aradszki said, and added that Hungary supports the Turkish national energy strategy's goal for becoming a regional energy distribution center,” he said.