Having visited worn-torn Southeast Europe in the mid 1990s, I was thoroughly amazed on a recent visit to the region in which I passed through Belgrade, Skopje and Sarajevo. Without having seen the condition of the region 20 years ago I think it would be hard to imagine how the present-day burgeoning energy transport corridor is the same place.
LDC Report 2011
Helping Nations to Graduate: Potential Efforts from Turkey at the LDC-IV
Least Developed Countries (LDCs) provide a benchmark for our world because they are particularly instructive when we think about civilization and our ability to help our fellow man.
Increasing Energy Demands
As a country with a population in excess of seventy million, Turkey is a nation seeking to secure its own energy independence and thus so is becoming increasingly concerned about the issue of energy resource acquisition and development.Geographically speaking, Turkey lies to the east of Europe and to the west of Asia.