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Cyprus has been outraged by Turkey’s bid to drill for natural gas amid heightened tensions over energy resources in the Eastern Mediterranean
Turkish-Libyan MoU against Libyan arms embargo, international law, says Egypt FM
The FMs will address efforts to reach a comprehensive settlement to end the Libyan crisis as well as issues of the Eastern Mediterranean region.
According to Cyprus News Agency, the Cypriot Defence Minister Savvas Angelides said during the meeting that Turkey’s illegal measures in Cyprus’ EEZ in the Mediterranean Sea, violates the sovereign rights of his country and the international law.
On Thursday, Cyprus has strongly condemned the illegality of Turkey’s new attempt to conduct drilling operations in the south-west of the island
Turkey is facing political and financial sanctions that will be declared in the upcoming hours, the High Representative of EU for Foreign Affairs, Federica Mogherini, said during a meeting for EU Foreign Ministers held in Brussels.
EU says that Turkey’s actions are unacceptable escalation, threatens sanctions
Projects will exchange 5GW between contracting countries
With regard to the electrical connection with Sudan, she explained that all the works and lines of the project have been completed, and the current phase is supposed to be the experimental operation, but it was postponed because of the unstable political situation in Khartoum.
Egypt warned against intentions of Turkey to begin drilling activities in a maritime area west of Cyprus, according to a Saturday statement issued by Egypt’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The statement added that Egypt is following the development, warning against the effects of any unilateral actions on security and stability in the Eastern Mediterranean region. …
Studies are being conducted to increase capacity of electrical connection line with Jordan to take it up to 3,000MW
Ali Abdel Aal headed to Cyprus on Saturday for two-day visit
Feed-in tariff projects in Benban to kick off by end-year
Egypt, Greece hold their first joint military exercise in 2015
Slowness of Indian L&T postpones completion of connection studies with Sudan for month
Last month, Egypt, Cyprus signed deal on building gas pipeline between two countries
Turkish naval forces seized Cypriot fishing vessel carrying five Egyptian sailors on Friday near coast of Turkish Cypriot region
We seek to complete agreement to implement the project, says Shaker
Greece, Cyprus also met with Israeli prime minister before heading to Egypt on East-Med
Parliament speaker stresses Cyprus’s support, its right to exploit its natural resources in Mediterranean Sea
Hijacker commandeered domestic flight in 2016 after revealing to crew what appeared to be explosive belt
The signing of a final agreement between Egypt and Cyprus to transport Cyprus gas to Egypt is due soon. The project aims to transport gas through the construction of a pipeline to transport gas from the Cyprus fields to Egypt to achieve the mutual benefit of the two countries through the exploitation of the infrastructure …
Egypt received on Tuesday 14 antiquities from Cyprus that were stolen and illegally smuggled in the late 1980s, the Ministry of Antiquities stated in a press release. The retrieved relics were given to Egypt on the sidelines of the Root Revival Week initiative launched by President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi and his Cypriot and Greek counterparts …
A tripartite summit is expected to be held in Athens between the leaders of Egypt, Greece, and Cyprus in the fall of 2018, according to media statements by presidency spokesperson Bassam Rady on Tuesday. During the summit, the leaders are expected to discuss additional efforts to strengthen their relations in various fields, including energy, and …
Foreign investments in oil sector to reach $10bn
The heads of the Cypriot and Greek parliaments praised bilateral relations with Egypt and the efforts of President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi during the past several years in the country. The officials’ statements came one day before the Roots Revival Week that will be held in Alexandria and Sharm El-Sheikh, which will last for one week, …
Cyprus’s presidential commissioner, Photis Photiou, said that Cyprus faces the intransigence of Turkey and its unprecedented arrogance, in addition to flagrant violations of international laws relating to Cyprus’s sovereign rights in its exclusive economic zone. Photiou’s remarks came during a press conference on Sunday, where he explained that his country will continue efforts to find …
Initial investments amount to $4bn, marine cable extends over 1.707 km
Turkey reaffirmed northern Cyprus’ rights to gas reserves found under Cypriot waters