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Gazprom Unit Says Turk Stream Gas Flows Safe

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The Gazprom subsidiary that operates the Turk Stream gas pipeline has said flows of Russian gas to Turkey and southeast Europe will continue despite the recent revocation of a license by the Netherlands, where the subsidiary is based.

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