Official: EU Will Decide What Action to Take Regarding Turkey in December

November 16, 2020

BRUSSELS — The European Union has expressed its displeasure over Turkey's actions in the fenced-off district of Varosha on the island of Cyprus, the European Commission's spokesperson for foreign affairs issues, Peter Stano, said on Monday.

Speaking during the regular press briefing, Stano also repeated that the European Council in December will make decisions on the next steps, noting that the latest incidents were added to a series of actions by Turkey that are a source of displeasure for the EU.

He noted that EU leaders will review all Turkey's actions, its behaviour during their meetings and will decide what action to take in light of these in December.


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