Ankara says the maritime sovereignty of war-affected Libya cannot be violated by Israel, Egypt, Greece and other regional players for their gas pipeline project in the Eastern Mediterranean.
Unilateralism from some stakeholders in the Eastern Mediterranean is stalling genuine efforts to find a resolution to the dispute.
A NATO reform is inevitable, President Erdogan said ahead of his departure for the summit in London.
Migrants bear bruises which they say were the result of beatings by Greek police officers and soldiers.
Three existing amps are to be closed, on the islands of Lesvos, Chios and Samos, currently housing over 27,000 people under terrible conditions which have been repeatedly castigated by rights groups. They have a nominal capacity of just 4,500.
Greece is home to around 96,000 asylum seekers and thousands more wanting to transit through the country to northern European states.
In the Greek capital of Athens, police armed with tear gas and clubs have faced off with protesters sometimes armed with rocks and molotov cocktails in recent weeks.
Greece's Stefanos Tsitsipas defeats Austria's Dominic Thiem 6-7 (6/8), 6-2, 7-6 (7/4) during the men's singles final match in London on day eight of the tournament.
Turkish media identified the man as 39-year-old Mohammad Darwis B and said he was an American citizen of Jordanian background. The US agreed to take him in and to provide him with travel documents.
The EU's sanctions coupled with the international community's endorsement of Greek Cypriot unilateralism dims the hopes for 'gas-for-peace'.
The migrants, of apparent Afghan origin, were mostly in good condition but seven received first aid in hospital, police reported.
Both hardliners in Greece and North Macedonia rejected a treaty that sought to end decades of tensions over the naming of the former Yugoslav Republic.
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