Connecting the liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Poland with the one that should be build in Croatia on Krk island is one of the specific projects through which 12 countries of Baltic-Adriatic-Black Sea (BABS) region are looking to boost competitiveness, said Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic and her Polish colleague Andrzej Duda at Dubrovnik Forum.
The focus is to achieve the highest level of development and further increase competitiveness in energy sector, said President Duda at the press conference after a debate called “The Three Seas Initiative”, adding that LNG terminals are designed to diversify energy sources in order to help Central and Eastern Europe to reduce dependency on Russian energy products.
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