Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan said Monday that his government wants Iran to sell gas to Europe through the planned Nabucco gas pipeline when conditions allow, the Ihlas News Agency, or IHA, reported.

Speaking at the official intergovernmental signing ceremony of the pipeline, Erdogan said he believes that one day it will be possible to sell Russian gas to Europe via Nabucco.

“Actually, also Qatar could play a serious role in [the] Nabucco project by a liquefied gas terminal to be constructed in Turkey,” Erdogan said.

Erdogan said the Turkish government wants Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Iraq and Egypt to initially become part of the European energy security equation.

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