18 July 2008
FOCUS News Agency
Bucharest. Romania wants cooperation with the Russian giant Gazprom to continue after 2011 when the bilateral agreements for transits of natural gas will expire, but several details need to be clarified, governmental sources said as Romanian Curierul National daily cited.
These sources said that transfer of gas through Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey, Greece and Macedonia need to be explained additionally but any details are pointed.
Six measuring stations, situated in the entrances of the Romanian towns Isakcha and Negru, implement gas transit through Romania. The transit is implemented by three pipelines, each 192 km long, Curierul National daily stresses.