Russia has accelerated the implementation of its South Stream gas pipeline project with Gazprom signing agreements in Central and Southeast Europe like they're going out of style.

On 31 October, the Russian gas giant and Hungarian electricity company MVM agreed to build Hungary's 229-kilometre section of South Stream.

Russia’s agreement with Hungary is the second announced final investment decision for a section of South Stream. On 29 October, Serbia’s state gas ut...

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