Turkmenistan to install electric power supply lines in Afghanistan

Nov 13, 2002 01:00 AM

Turkmenistan is planning to install electric power supply lines in the Gerat province of Afghanistan, which will allow the country to increase its electric power supplies to the province.
The agreement was reached at the negotiations between the Afghani province's administration and the delegation of the Turkmen Energy Ministry.

According to the terms of the agreement, Turkmenistan will start laying electric power supply lines in Afghanistan in late November 2002.
As it was reported earlier, the Gerat province is fully dependent on Turkmen electric energy supplies.

Source: The PMA Online Power Report
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