Lots of western tourists from the US and Europe are ready to beat the path to the long-isolated country’s door to explore what it has behind it.
Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan are working out several issues for signing of certain documents as part of laying the Caspian segment of the Trans-Eurasian Information Super Highway project.
Ukraine and Iran have reached an agreement to strengthen their cooperation in various sectors of economy, in particular in the energy sector; a move that Ukraine says will intensify relations in 2016.
Laying of a fiber optic cable along the Trans-Anatolian gas pipeline (TANAP) will turn Turkey into an important center for rendering communication services in the region, Binali Yildirim, Turkish minister of transport, shipping and communications, said in an exclusive interview […]
The International Court of Arbitration court has ruled against Iran in its gas dispute with Turkey, Hamidreza Araqi, Iran’s deputy oil minister said, semi-official Tasnim news agency reported Feb. 2.
Energy-rich Turkmenistan, which has the fourth largest gas reserves of the world, has been showing great interest in exporting blue fuel both to the consumers of the Old Continent and the emerging Asian markets.
Azerbaijan’s southern neighbor Iran has voiced intention to import grain from Ukraine through Georgia and Azerbaijan. The country plans to purchase grain in an exchange of oil products.
While the United States public is arguing about the nuclear deal signed between P5+1 group countries and Iran, European countries have no intention of losing steam.