3 July 2012Turkish Energy & Natural Resources Minister Taner Yildiz said that the interrupted natural gas flow from Iran to Turkey would resume on Tuesday.
The natural gas flow, which stopped due to an explosion in the pipeline, will resume tomorrow, Yildiz told reporters on Monday.
Teams are still working on to eliminate the problem in the flow of natural gas from Iran, he said.
Noting that the sabotages, which were staged by terrorist organization on oil and natural gas pipelines, were against the development of the country, Yildiz said that such attacks were in vain, adding that the terrorist organization would not reach its target.
On June 28, an explosion took place on a section of the Turkey-Iran natural gas pipeline between Hidirli and Kalender villages in Turkey, and after the explosion, Iran suspended the natural gas flow.