Gazprom is waiting for permission from the Turkish government to start constructing the maritime part of the Turkish Stream pipeline, said Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak in St. Petersburg on Thursday. Speaking at an interview on the side-lines of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF 2015), Novak added that Gazprom is looking at constructing the pipeline through Greece, Macedonia, Serbia and Hungary to Baumgarten in Austria, whilst the exact route is still being determined. "We can say that everything depends on them because according to the requirements of law, the development of inner-European infrastructure lies in European Commission's responsibility," the minister concluded. The Turkish Stream is a proposed natural gas pipeline running from Russia to Turkey via the Black Sea and was launched to replace the cancelled South Stream project.
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