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Looking for new business perspectives in Azerbaijan

Wyślij Print Pobierz added: | 2015-06-05 11:48:20
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On 3 June, Caspian Oil & Gas Conference in Baku and a press meeting for Polish and Azerbaijanis media was held. It was the last highlight of the governmental visit of Polish delegation headed by deputy prime minister Janusz Piechociński in...

On 3 June, Caspian Oil & Gas Conference in Baku and a press meeting for Polish and Azerbaijanis media was held. It was the last highlight of the governmental visit of Polish delegation headed by deputy prime minister Janusz Piechociński in Azerbaijan.

Caspian Oil & Gas Conference attended by representatives of governments and central institutions of two countries was dedicated to the role of Azerbaijan in the protection of energy supplies in Asia, including diversification of gas supply routes in the Caspian Sea area as well as strengthening the cooperation in international gas and oil projects.

“Poland is consistently implementing the programme of business exploration of this part of the world”, said PAIiIZ president Sławomir Majman. As he argued during the conference, this is the region with a big potential for Polish business.

Mr Piechociński stressed the importance of the event adding that Polish participation in the Caspian Oil & Gas exhibition expresses the will of the Polish government to development a long-term cooperation of Poland and Azerbaijan regarding energy sector. “This event creates a great opportunity to talk about gas and oil sector and other issues related to that as investments”, said deputy prime minister Piechociński.

Western Europe is one of the targets of Azerbaijanis policy of gas supply routes diversification. However, Turkey and Romania are still among the important partners of Azerbaijan regarding those issues. The country is also investing in refineries and gas stations in Romania and Georgia and Ukraine.

Source: PAIiIZ

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