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Turkey’s role in the EU energy policy


Turkey is a natural bridge for the transport of energy from the Caspian Sea and the Black Sea to the West, and hence for increasing the level of diversification in the sources of supply. This is why the EU’s energy policy must coordinate closely with Turkey’s, not least to escape monopolistic pressures of those who intend to take advantage of their role as producers and suppliers.

Turkey is a natural bridge for the transport of energy from the Caspian Sea and the Black Sea to the West, and hence for increasing the level of diversification in the sources of supply. This is why the EU’s energy policy must coordinate closely with Turkey’s, not least to escape monopolistic pressures of those who intend to take advantage of their role as producers and suppliers.

 

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