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Athens News Agency: News in English, 08-03-18

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  • [01] US's Bryza on energy security

  • [01] US's Bryza on energy security

    US Deputy Assistant Secretary Matthew J. Bryza on Tuesday covered the gamut of energy issues affecting both Europe and Greece, in particular, while also touching directly on Washington's concerns with energy security vis-a-vis Russia's leading role in the continent's natgas supply.

    "The goal is not to hurt Russia or Gazprom, it is to help the countries that either import the gas or buy the gas to position themselves to have more negotiating leverage by relying on the force of competition, so over the course of time Gazprom becomes a more market-based competitor rather than a monopolistic competitor that uses its monopolistic power to manipulate gas prices that is not a criticism of Gazprom, that's a fact," Bryza said from Washington, during a tele-conference Q&A session held at the US embassy in Athens.

    (An extensive article will appear on Thursday)

    Caption: A file photo, dated Saturday, 1 April, 2006, shows US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian affairs Matthew J. Bryza during a SE Europe energy ministers' meeting in the northern Greece city of Thessaloniki. ANA-MPA / N. ARVANITIDIS.

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