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Armenia Builds Pipeline to Import Gas from Iran
01 June 2007 , 13:54531
ArmRosGazprom, Armenia's Russian-owned national gas company is likely to build the second and final section of a natural gas pipeline from Iran by the end of next year.
The first 40-kilometer Armenian section of the pipeline stretching from the Iranian border to the southeastern town of Kajaran was inaugurated in March by the president of the two neighboring countries.
Officials said then that Armenia will be able to import large volumes of Iranian gas only after the construction of the pipeline’s second, much longer section that would extend it from Kajaran to the southern Ararat Valley.
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