Greece’s newly elected government has accused Turkey of undermining regional security by drilling for gas near Cyprus. Foreign Minister Nikos
Work has started at Turkey’s Lake Tuz (Salt) underground gas storage site, which Ankara says will increase Turkish energy security.
The first large piece of equipment for Turkey’s Russian-built Akkuyu nuclear power station – the core catcher – has been
Turkey has dismissed media reports that its controversial drillship, the Fatih, has struck a large gas reservoir containing around 170
Turkey has vowed to step up drilling for gas off Cyprus, in defiance of the threat of European Union sanctions.
Gazprom’s TurkStream gas pipeline under the Black Sea is expected to go online this year, the Moscow Times has reported.
A second Turkish drillship has dropped anchor off the northeast of the Karpasia panhandle (pictured) of Cyprus, triggering condemnation from
A second Turkish drillship will begin searching for fossil fuels off the Cypriot coast within a week, Turkey’s energy minister
Not a week goes by without saber rattling in the Eastern Mediterranean waters off the divided island of Cyprus. There,
Turkey has warned the European Union that any intervention over Cyprus’ exclusive economic zone (EEZ) would harm relations with Greece
The European Council’s discussion of sanctions against Turkey over its “illegal drilling” for natural gas in the Republic of Cyprus’
The pariah state of Turkish Cyprus and Turkey have both said they will defend their “legitimate rights” as the Republic
French President Emmanuel Macron has called on Turkey to halt its “illegal” gas drilling in the Cypriot exclusive economic zone.
Greece and Cyprus are reporting an increase in activity by Turkish ships off the Cypriot coast as Turkey said it
Turkey is reportedly considering deploying its controversial new Russian missile-defence system along its Mediterranean coast, which will bolster its efforts