Search: NATO,Gazprom (3 materials)

Russia and Turkey: More Than a Rapprochement?

... to undermine EU supply diversification plans by putting future of Southern Gas Corridor into question. Due to the fact that Gazprom is conducting talks with European Commission (EC) to construct Nord Stream – 2, one could assert that the pipe game ... ... consideration different interests of Turkey and Russia in some international issues and Turkey’s current membership in NATO, it is too early to talk about a full-scale strategic partnership between the two. Time will show whether Ankara and Moscow ...


Serbia Becomes Europe

..., where he called upon the region’s business community to improve their ‘economic cooperation’. Vucic will undoubtedly appreciate the opinions and ideas expressed by US Vice President Biden, Deputy Secretary of State Blinken, and Senator McCain. Gazprom Victor Katona: Serbia Becomes Europe If successful, these negotiations could be a starting point for a new stage in Serbia’s EU integration. The Individual Plan envisions Serbia finalizing the demarcation of its borders with its neighbours ...


Russia-West Relations – Setting the Temperature

... and reliable partner. Hence, I think it is time for both sides to calm down, not dramatise and discuss the issues in a pragmatic way as both have real concerns. As for immediate issues, it is important not to draw quick conclusions. For example, the Gazprom anti-monopoly investigation by the EU is not unprecedented, as for instance Microsoft was also investigated with huge fines being dealt. This is a normal part of the European process. However, the ‘Third Energy Package’ with its ‘unbundling’ ...


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