Mehr: Iran resumes natural gas flow to Turkey

By REUTERS
July 2, 2012 18:20

 
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DUBAI - Iran resumed the flow of natural gas to Turkey on Monday, the semi-official Mehr news agency reported, after an explosion last week damaged part of the pipeline and cut off supply.

"The export of Iran's natural gas to Turkey resumed a few minutes ago after a request by Turkey and after the damaged pipeline was repaired," Mehr reported.

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