New countries interested in joining South Stream project
DZHUGBA. Sept 28 (Interfax) - Some of the countries that are not yet involved in the South Stream gas pipeline project are interested in participating, Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller told reporters.
Miller said Gazprom "does not see any serious problems on the part of those countries that have signed an inter-governmental agreement on carrying the South Stream project out."
"But on the other hand we see a great deal of interest on the part of those countries that are not yet involved in the project," he said.
Those countries include Turkey and Romania, he said.
"There are a number of countries, and they are showing an interest," Miller said.