Latvia's economy minister: Alternative gas pipeline project has begun showing signs of life

The Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators has decided to divide expenses among the member states of the project for the construction of an alternative gas pipeline through Poland and Lithuania. Latvia’s expenses are estimated at EUR 29.4 million.
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