Turkey to sell electricity to Greece

Business Materials 2 July 2008 17:41 (UTC +04:00)

Turkey agreed with Greece to sell electricity to its western neighbor for a period of three months, beginning by the end of July, Turkey's energy minister said.

Turkish Energy and Natural Resources Minister Hilmi Guler and Greek Development Minister Christos Folias signed the 200-megawatt deal on Wednesday on the sidelines of an Istanbul energy forum, reported World Bulletin.

Turkish energy minister said his country would begin sending electricity to Greece by the end of July.