Azerbaijan, EU discuss possibility of increasing gas supplies


European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has said that the European Union has discussed with Azerbaijan and several other countries the possibility of increasing gas supplies, local media has reported.

“Our models for a partial disruption or further reduction of gas supplies by Gazprom now show that we are now rather in a safe situation,” she said.

She noted that the EU has discussed with Azerbaijan, the U.S., Qatar, Egypt, Nigeria and South Korea the possibility for an increase in supplies of both liquefied (LNG) and natural gas.

“We also had a conversation with the main LNG suppliers and asked if it would be possible to divert supplies to the benefit of the EU,” she said.—Azer News

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