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Turkey rejects claims it is drilling illegally for gas off Cyprus

WorldNews Thursday, 11 July 2019 ()
Turkey rejects claims it is drilling illegally for gas off CyprusAnkara hits back at Greek and EU officials and vows to press ahead with offshore operations Turkey has hit back at Greek and EU officials, denying claims it is acting illegally by drilling for gas in waters off Cyprus. The country’s foreign ministry criticised EU condemnation of its efforts to tap...
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