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Cyrpus Warns Turkey Re: EEZ Acts

NICOSIA – On October 4 the Cyprus Government warned that Turkish provocations in Cyprus’ Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) including any harassment of the companies operating in it will impact peace talks.

“Harassment in any manner of the Company which operates within the Exclusive Economic Zone of the Republic, it is in no way compatible with the orderly conduct of the talks, ” Nikos Christodoulides, the Government Spokesman said.

Christodoulides, who was in Limassol, said that on Friday evening “Turkey issued a directive to seafarers (NAVTEX), which binds some areas within the EEZ of the Republic of Cyprus and that the Cyprus Republic directly adopted a directive which proved the illegality of Turkey`s Directive,” according to the CNA.

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