Russia prepared to restore Chechnyan oil pipeline

Jul 29, 1997 02:00 AM

July 14, 1997 Russia is ready to finance the restoration of a 153-kilometre-long section of the Baku-Novorossiisk oil pipeline going across Chechnya, Deputy Secretary of the Russian Security Council Boris Agapov told. Repair units and technique are already waiting to be send in Chechnya, Agapov said. Repairs will be made by the Russian Transneft company. Tariffs for the transit of oil via the Chechen section of the oil pipeline will be defined in a separate agreement, which, according to Agapov, will be signed in the near future.
According to specialists' estimates, repairs of the oil pipeline in Chechnya damaged in the 21-month-long secessionist war, will cost about $ 2.3 million.

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