Ankara's reaction to marine parks proposal highlights obstacles to Greek-Turkish dialogue

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Cyprus, EastMed, European Union, Turkey
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Ankara has revived its claims over the so-called 'grey zones' in the Aegean following Greece's intention to establish two marine parks, one in the Aegean Sea, which will include several islets.

The Turkish Foreign Ministry issued a statement on April 9 underlining that “we recommend Greece not to involve the outstanding Aegean issues, and the issues regarding the status of some islands, islets and rocks whose sovereignty has not been ceded to ...

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