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Swap With Turkmenistan
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Swap With Turkmenistan

Iran is ready to resume petroleum products swap with Turkmenistan and transit the northeastern neighbor's gas through its gas grid, Mohammad Mousa Hashemi, the Iranian ambassador to Turkmenistan said. Iran stopped trading oil byproducts with Turkmenistan from the Neka Oil Terminal in the north six years ago, IRNA reported.

 

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