Turkey to build undersea electricity cable to occupied areas

pipTurkey and the occupying areas are reportedly going to sign an energy deal today to construct an undersea electricity cable link between the two, sources told Anadolu Agency.

The project will send electricity from Turkey to the occupying areas via an undersea electricity cable.

The deal will be signed by Turkey’s Energy and Natural Resources Minister Berat Albayrak and the occupying regime’s so-called ‘Economy and Energy Minister’ Sunat Atun on the sidelines at the 23rd World Energy Congress, Istanbul on Monday.

The details, including the route, the length and the cost of the project, will be discussed by a consortium of experts at the event.

Anadolu Agency reported that the framework agreement will help the occupying areas connect with European electricity systems interconnection.


SOURCES: News Now/Sigma Live Online

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