IMF BUYS GREECE
While Russia received common project offer from four European countries regarding the Turkish Stream pipeline project, American energy expert says Greece should withdraw from the plan to prevent Russia from benefiting.
The political conflict between the U.S. and Russia is now forcing countries to choose sides on new energy projects. Gal Luft, a senior adviser to the United States Energy Security Council, said if Greece withdraws from the Turkish Stream project, which is planned to transfer Russian natural gas to Europe via the Turkish-Greek border, the U.S. will expect the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to reward Greece.
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