The second stage of Turkish Stream is set to transform the Balkans into a crucial transit corridor for gas supply to the EU but could also increase the region’s dependence on Russia.
The pipeline is seen as a second version of South Stream, the cancellation of which was lamented by many Balkan countries as it left them with only the Ukrainian route for imports of Russian gas.
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