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MOSCOW, April 1. /TASS/. The Slovenian Comita is examining an option of implementing the joint South Stream Telecom project with Gazprom within the Turkish Stream framework, Comita head for Russia and CIS Nebojsa Jankovic said on Wednesday.
"We set up the joint venture South Stream Telecom AG with Gazprom Telecom in 2013. We are currently exploring an option of implementing this project in the Turkish Stream project," he said.
The JV South Stream Telecom AG was set up to lay a telecom cable along the South Stream natural gas pipeline. Gazprom Telecom holds 50% plus 1 share in the joint venture.