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US News Ankara announces the end of the mission of its seismic exploration vessel

12:40  30 november  2020
12:40  30 november  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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TURKEY-GREECE: Ankara announces the end of the mission of its seismic exploration vessel

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ANKARA (Reuters) - The Oruc Reis, a Turkish seismic exploration vessel, returned to port on Monday after conducting work in a disputed area in the eastern Mediterranean.

This comeback occurs less than two weeks before the opening of the European summit on December 11 and 12, during which the community bloc will examine possible sanctions against Turkey.

Greece and Cyprus, which also claim these waters, consider the seismic studies carried out by Turkey as illegal.

Ankara, for its part, considers that Athens does not have to oppose seismic exploration work located 15 kilometers from the Turkish coast and 425 km from Greece.

France is one of the countries pushing the most for sanctions against Ankara, but it still has not detailed the measures it recommends. Diplomatic sources say the sanctions will likely target Turkey's oil extraction industry.

(Tuvan Gumrukcu and Daren Butler, French version Nicolas Delame)

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