Enes Yavuz is an Associate Researcher at TRT World Research Center.
The European Union and its allies need to play a more constructive role in the eastern Mediterranean row between Greece and Turkey.
Turkey, Turkish Cypriots, Greece, and Greek Cypriots can end the energy dilemma in the Eastern Mediterranean through dialogue, while keeping interests of all legitimate stakeholders in mind.
Aggressive diplomacy from Greece can't change the reality that Turkey has a rightful stake in the Eastern Mediterranean.
Turkey answered Italy's call for help to battle the pandemic, and that has opened a door.
No project in the Eastern Mediterranean can achieve its full potential without taking Turkey on board.
The EU and the US have an important role to play in ensuring multinational cooperation but they have yet to take up the responsibility.
Unilateralism from some stakeholders in the Eastern Mediterranean is stalling genuine efforts to find a resolution to the dispute.
The European Union and the US should play a more constructive role in resolving the Eastern Mediterranean dispute between Turkey and Greek Cyprus - the escalating of tensions is counter-productive.
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