Russia proposes gas hub in Turkiye with Nord Stream supplies

Russian President Vladimir Putin has proposed a plan for a European gas hub in Turkiye to shift gas supplies intended for the damaged Nord Stream pipelines to the Black Sea while Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan wants to expand the export and transporting of Russian grain and fertilizer to the third world.
The proposal to build more subsea natural gas pipelines to Turkiye comes following a recent discovery of gas leaks in the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines that are intended for the supply of Russian natural gas to Germany.
Putin said the new Black Sea links to Turkiye could become the main Russian gas-export route for Europe.

Our correspondents Mohammaed Vall in Moscow and Sinem Koseoglu in Istanbul join us to discuss the latest updates.

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