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Inter RAO EES to supply electrical energy for Romania

Luni, 16 iulie 2007, 0:00

Russian company Inter RAO EES has started electricity supplies to Romania. According to the Vremya Novosti newspaper, the project - involving deliveries of electricity from the Moldova Republic to Romania - was initially designed by company head Andrey Rapaport.

Rapaport said as early as in 2003 that RAO needed to reach European markets and set Romania, Bulgaria and Turkey as primary interests.

If Turkey did not pose any problems, Romania and Bulgaria did due to the fact that energy was transiting the Moldova Republic from the self-proclaimed Transdniester region.

The newspaper reads that there were some political issues to be dealth with among Moldova and Russia. On June 22, Putin met his counterpart, Voronin and the contract was signed.

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