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In a highly symbolic move aimed at underlining the determination of Balkan countries to find alternatives to Russian gas, the Prime Ministers of Greece, Bulgaria, North Macedonia and Serbia will meet on Tuesday in the northeastern Greek city of Alexandroupolis.
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and his three counterparts are scheduled to tour works on a liquefied natural gas unit near the port due to begin operating next year. The project is aimed at giving neighbouring countries access to global LNG imports.
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