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Szijjarto: Hungary could import gas from Azerbaijan from 2023

February 14th, 2020

Peter Szijjarto, the foreign affairs and trade minister, on Friday said Hungary could start importing natural gas from Azerbaijan from 2023 on. Addressing a press conference after a meeting of the Hungary-Azerbaijan mixed economic committee, Szijjarto said the annual 1-2 billion cubic metres of gas Hungary would import from Azerbaijan would greatly boost the security of the country's gas supply. He said Hungary's purchase of Azeri gas had been made possible by the near completion of the southern gas corridor and Azerbaijan's increase of its gas output which now exceeds 45 billion cubic metres a year. Azerbaijan places great emphasis on increasing its gas delivery capacity which is set to exceed 30 billion cubic metres a year, Szijjarto said.


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