Kazakhstan didn’t receive proposal on establishment of ‘triple gas union’ – PM

Astana hasn’t yet received any offers on a possible establishment of a ‘triple gas union’ with Russia and Uzbekistan, said Kazakh Prime Minister Alihan Smaiylov on Wednesday, APA reports.

The PM also noted that despite there are no proposals regarding the establishment of tripartite union, talks on bilateral cooperation are held with Russia.

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