Iran’s Energy Minister meets Turkey’s counterpart to continue electricity export
(MENAFN) Iranian Energy Minister Ali-Akbar Mehrabian has stated that Tehran is going to begin again electricity shipment to Turkey in the upcoming days, the portal of Iran’s Energy Ministry Paven mentioned in a report issued on Friday.
Mehrabian made the comments on the offshoots of a one-day trip to Ankara throughout which he gathered with Turkey’s Minister of Energy and Natural Resources Fatih Dönmez as well as Minister of Agriculture and Forestry Vahit Kirisci.
After the gathering with the Turkish ministers, Mehrabian mentioned the deals concerning the shipment of electricity from Iran to Turkey and stated that “Recently, with the investment of the Turkish side, some facilities have been established in the city of Van that provides the possibility of transmitting electricity from Iran to Turkey on a back-to-back basis.”
The minister noted that “Based on the agreement with the Ministry of Energy of Turkey, with the installation and testing of these facilities, the sale of Iranian electricity to Turkey will soon begin.”
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