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MOSCOW, August 10. /TASS/. The roadmap for implementation of the Turkish Stream project will be revised and actualized in the nearest future, a representative of Russian gas holding Gazprom said on Wednesday during the teleconference with investors.
"In view of reset of relations with Turkey we would like to return in the first instance to intergovernmental agreement signing and confirmation of construction permits given by the Republic of Turkey prior to work suspension. The roadmap signed after turning from the South Stream to the Turkish Stream will be reassessed and updated shortly," the representative said.
South Stream Transport Company wholly owned by Gazprom is currently dealing with implementation of the offshore segment of the project, the representative said. "The project was planned for implementation under project financing terms and this issue [financing] will be considered again after the active work phase starts," he added.