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Prime Minister Vladimir Putin on Wednesday received the written permission for South Stream from visiting Turkish energy minister Taner Yildiz

The South Stream project is meant to transport Russian natural gas to Europe under the Black Sea.

The pipeline, which is expected to start in 2015, would ship up to 63 billion cubic meters (2 trillion cubic feet) of gas annually to southern and eastern Europe.

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