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EU foreign ministers agree on new mission to enforce Libya arms embargo

EU foreign ministers announced on Monday a new operation in the Mediterranean Sea to enforce uphold a United nations  arms embargo on Libya that is routinely flouted. The foreign ministers said on Monday that they have agreed to launch a new mission in the Mediterranean Sea to enforce a United …

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FM Dendias “Greece’s sole dispute with Turkey is continental shelf boundary”

Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias made it clear that Greece’s sole dispute with Turkey that can be solved in the International court of the Hague is the boundary of the continental shelf and by extension the delimitation of the Exclusive Economic Zone. In his second message to Ankara, Dendias stressed that …

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Turkey to drill between Greece’s Kastelorizo and Libya

For one more time,  Ankara provokes Greece and the international community announcing seismic research and drilling in the East Mediterranean Sea and thus in maritime area between the Greek island of Kastelorizo and Libya. The spokesman of President Tayyip Erdogan, Ibrahim Kalin, said on Thursday that Ankara will proceed with …

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Erdogan vows to drill off Crete

Referring to a map that essentially ignores the presence Greek islands such as Karpathos, Rhodes, Kasos, and obliterates Kastelorizo, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has outlined the sea area which he claims as Turkey’s “continental shelf” and where he said his country would “soon” conduced seismic surveys and begin drilling …

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Turkey: EU has no jurisdiction over maritime boundaries, is “mouthpiece of Greece”

Turkey has lashed out at the European Union claiming it has no any “jurisdiction over the maritime boundaries” and its accord with Libya. In a statement issued on Friday, the Foreign Ministry in Ankara called the EU “a mouthpiece of Greek and Cypriot claims.” On Thursday, the European Council said …

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Mitsotakis to meet Erdogan in London amid bilateral tensions and Turkey’s provocations

Prime Ministers, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, will have informal talks with Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, on Wednesday on the sidelines of the NATO Summit in London. The meeting reportedly takes place following a Turkish request. It takes place amid increased tension between the two countries, with Turkey to have unilaterally declared …

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Greece gives ultimatum to Libya’s ambassador to disclose deal with Turkey

Greece threatens to expel the Libyan ambassador to Athens if he does not disclose the “maritime boundaries” Agreement between Libya and Turkey until next Thursday, December 5, Athens is concerned about the agreement that is supposed to determine the maritime boundaries between the two countries even though the island of …

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