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Expert: Turkey will have to change its energy politics after the coup



Most likely U.S. and Europe will stop collaboration with Turkey and the country will have to find a compromise with Russian partners.



28.Jul.16 11:03 PM
By Alesya Davydova
Photo Toinnov.com

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Expert: Turkey will have to change its energy politics after the coup

The attempted coup on July 15, 2016 will definitely change many sides of Turkish life and politics including the energy sector, the expert of Oilprices.com states. Most likely U.S. and Europe will stop collaboration with Turkey and the country will have to find a compromise with Russian partners.

Right after the coup Turkish officials accused U.S.A. of helping the attempted overthrow. In light of this, it is doubtful to whether Turkey will continue to be a member of the NATO alliance or not and American energy companies will most likely not operate in the Turkish energy sector and European energy companies may leave its energy market too.

Thus the only option for Erdogan will be Russia and, the expert is sure, Putin is acutely aware of the fact that Erdogan has no other choice and will likely force Erdogan to compromise and accept all the conditions of the Russian side.




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