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Turkey tensions should be dealt with at The Hague, says Cyprus' Foreign Minister

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Turkey tensions should be dealt with at The Hague, says Cyprus' Foreign Minister

Turkey tensions should be dealt with at The Hague, says Cyprus' Foreign Minister

Cyprus has called for sanctions against Turkey over illegal drilling in the Eastern Mediterranean, but is offering a legal alternative.View on euronews


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