EU mulls Turkey sanctions over Varosha

EU foreign ministers have assessed measures – including sanctions – they could take against Turkey for reopening the fenced-off abandoned beach resort of Varosha. The EU’s foreign policy chief, Josep Borrell, said


Cyprus shipping in the spotlight

Cyprus-based shipowners and ship-managers advocate shipping need to be governed by global regulations and not local or regional rules that create unfair competition in the industry. Lobby groups such as the Cyprus

EU agrees to expand Turkey sanctions list

European Union leaders pledged to expand a sanctions list against Turkish individuals targeted with travel bans and asset freezes over ‘illegal’ energy exploration in the eastern Mediterranean. Brussels stopped short of moving


Greece backs targeted Turkey sanctions

Greece supports Cyprus in seeking targeted sanctions against Turkey for violating its territorial water in exploratory gas drilling, Greek Foreign Ministry spokesperson Alexandros Gennimatas said on Friday. Gennimatas was replying to a

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