Russian and Turkish leaders have disagreed over who should control the gas hub through which gas will be supplied to Europe.
The creation of a gas hub in Turkey for the supply of Russian fuel to Europe has been suspended. Reuters reported this on Thursday, September 14, citing its own sources.
It was mentioned that the reason for the freezing of the project was a disagreement over who should control the hub.
“There are management problems, they are fighting over who should run the hub,” said the source, speaking on condition of anonymity.
Another source close to Kremlin-controlled gas giant Gazprom admitted there was a management problem.
Russian President Vladimir Putin proposed the hub idea in October 2022, shortly after explosions damaged the Nord Stream pipeline connecting Russia to Germany across the Baltic Sea.
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