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Gazprom Neft in Slovenia

Gazprom Neft and Slovenia's Petrol plan to meet in March and sign an agreement for the formation of a joint venture to sell petroleum products in Slovenia and other countries, said Communications and Press Minister Igor Shchyogolev, who is the Russian head of an intergovernmental commission between the two countries.

Documents on Russian-Slovenian cooperation in energy will be signed this March. Gazprom Neft hopes to enhance its position on the Serbian, Bulgarian and Romanian retail markets through its proposed venture with Petrol.


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