Minister of Environmental Protection and Energy, Tomislav Ćorić met today with Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto. Szijjarto confirmed that Hungary wants to purchase 25 percent of the Liquefied Natural Gas terminal on the island of Krk.
"For us the diversification of natural gas delivery is a key issue. The construction of an LNG terminal in Croatia is a realistic scenario and I believe that our mutual partnership will enable the realization of the project,” said Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto.
“It was agreed that a working group be organized that will consist of experts from the Republic of Croatia and Hungary, in which primarily experts from the ministry and our regulator will take part, and which will, in the coming months analyse potential benefits and shortcomings in that form of cooperation,” said Minister of Environmental Protection and Energy, Tomsilav Ćorić.
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