The Minister of Infrastructure and Regional Development, Andrei Spinu, announced that he called for the creation of a solidarity mechanism for countries like Moldova in terms of energy. The statement was made at Baku Energy Week, which this year is being held on June 1st – 3rd.
“At the Baku Energy Forum, we talked about the challenges facing our country. We called for the creation of a solidarity mechanism for countries like Moldova. Even though we are going through a complicated global energy crisis, we have seen signs of optimism among the participants. We will get through these difficult times well “, wrote Spinu on his Facebook page.
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Baku Energy Week is the most prestigious event in the oil, gas and energy sector in the Caspian region. This year, 250 companies from 31 countries around the world will take part in exhibitions and forums. Countries: Azerbaijan, Belarus, United Kingdom, Hungary, Germany, Greece, Georgia, Israel, Indonesia, Spain, Italy, India, Kazakhstan, China, Netherlands, Norway, United Arab Emirates, Russian Federation, România, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, USA, Turkey, Uzbekistan, Finland, France, Croatia, Switzerland and Japan, writes News.Az.
Bilateral business meetings will be held as part of the additional program of Baku Energy Week.