Russia’s Tyumen to send more oil & gas hardware to Azerbaijan

by en.trend.az
Russia’s Tyumen province (oblast) plans to increase supplies of equipment for Azerbaijan’s oil and gas industry, Vladimir Yakushev, the province’s governor, said at the Caspian European Club (CEIBC) meeting Nov. 2.
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