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14. 10. 2020. 00:00   >>  15:36 0

DESPITE THE OPPOSITION

Turkish research ship back in disputed waters

Turkey is sending a research ship that started a row with Greece over energy rights back to disputed waters in the Mediterranean.

The seismic research ship Oruc Reis , which had been deployed along with warships to survey an area claimed by Greece, Turkey and Cyprus, aggravated tensions before being withdrawn in August.

 

The ship operate "from 12 to 20 October" in the same region it was exploring in August and September, including the area south of the Greek island of Kastellorizo, according to the message sent by the maritime alert system NAVTEX.

Greece’s Foreign Ministry on Monday called the decision a "major escalation and a direct threat to peace and security in the region".

Ankara and Athens had earlier this month agreed, under NATO's auspices, to set up a system to avoid potential military conflicts and accidents, including a hotline.

The two countries had also agreed to resume so called "exploratory talks" aimed at building confidence and resolving disputes which were last held in 2016.

The Turkish vessel's return comes a day after Turkey's Foreign Ministry issued a statement accusing Greece of "insincerity" for what it said was Athens' continued actions to raise tension while declaring itself to be ready for a dialogue.

Turkey faces the threat of sanctions from the European Union, which has sided in the dispute with member states Greece and Cyprus.

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