No project in the Eastern Mediterranean can achieve its full potential without taking Turkey on board.
Turkey’s Defence Minister Hulusi Akar said his country expects Greece to act according to international law, agreements and good neighbourly relations.
Leaders of Greece, Israel, and the Greek Cypriot administration sign accord to carry gas from eastern Mediterranean to Europe, a plan Turkey says is bound to fail.
Turkey made a big investment in improving its naval defences in the last decade, increasing the number of warships and military vessels and relying on homegrown technology.
At the first Global Refugee Forum in Geneva, the Turkish president also said that global problems can only be overcome by global cooperation and solidarity.
Turkey’s Incirlik air base alone has been a crucial military location for Washington’s overseas missions since the 1950s, holding at least 50 nuclear bombs.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says in a televised interview that Turkey may close Incirlik and Kurecik bases where US soldiers are stationed 'if necessary'.
Government of Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus approves Turkey using its airport for unmanned aerial vehicle activities
Turkey exerts its influence in the region as other players sign maritime deals to exploit offshore hydrocarbon reserves.
On November 27, Turkey and Libya’s Tripoli-based Government of National Accord signed a bilateral memorandum, enabling Ankara to secure its rights in the Mediterranean.
Turkey's foreign minister says that Greece’s decision to expel the Libyan ambassador over a maritime deal Turkey and Libya signed on November 27 is “unacceptable."
The deal enables Turkey to secure its rights in the Mediterranean while preventing any fait accompli by other regional states.
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