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Răzvan Stancu

11 Octombrie 2012
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Azerbaijan may invest in Romania in the petrochemical industry and refineries, told for Radio Romania the Deputy Foreign Minister, Araz Azimov.

Azerbaijan wants to invest in Romania


Deputy Foreign Minister, Araz Azimov. Photo: MAE

In an exclusive interview to Radio Romania News, the deputy foreign minister of Azerbaijan, Araz Azimov, said that his country is interested to invest in Romania in the field of energy and petrochemical transportation.

Specifically, the Azeri official said that during the discussions with the Romanian officials appeared the Oltchim factory name.

Araz Azimov specified that further details will be discussed, as Romania is currently in parliamentary elections.

Azerbaijan may invest in Romania in the petrochemical industry and refineries.

These are precisely the areas in which Azerbaijan is interested, and "there are few projects at this moment, I would not give names but there are 2-3 projects in which we could invest," says the Minister of Azerbaijan.

Azerbaijan is also interested in Interconnector Azerbaijan-Georgia-Romania project (AGRI), project of natural gas transport.

According to Minister Araz Azimov, AGRI project is now started, the feasibility study will be completed somewhere in late November.

Translated by Alexandra-Diana Mircea
MTTLC, Bucharest University

Etichete Araz AzimovAzerbaijanOltchimenergypetro chemistry


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