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KIEV, March 27. /TASS/. Ukraine’s economy is looking to Turkmenistan’s investments and Turkmen gas imports, President Petro Poroshenko said on Thursday at a meeting with Turkmen Foreign Minister Rashid Meredov.
"Ukraine is looking to resumption of Turkmen gas deliveries as an alternative source," the presidential website quotes him as saying.
Poroshenko invited Turkmen business people to invest into the Ukrainian economy and drew their attention to the fact that his country had a vast potential of energy machine building. He also pointed out that Ukrainian state-run companies could export turbines and gas compressor stations to the Central Asian republic.
At the same time, Meredov noted positive work experience Ukrainian companies had gained in different sectors of the Turkmen economy, in particular in oil and gas sector and in implementation of major infrastructure projects.
The two men considered a possibility of resuming air flights between the two counties.