Lithuania could start talks on gas imports from Israel next year, PM says

With Israel set to launch massive liquefied natural gas production in 2016, Lithuania could begin talks on gas imports "at specialists' level" as soon as next year, Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevičius said.
Lithuania's LNG terminal
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