Echoing his warnings against Cyprus' energy exploration, Turkey Defence Minister Hulusi Akar said October 24 his country will not allow Greece to interfere in its activities in the Eastern Mediterranean.

Anadolu Agency quoted Akar as saying that no project was possible in the East Med without the involvement of Ankara and the Turkish Cypriots.

His comments come a day after Turkey warned Greece that if it extends its territorial waters in the Aegean from 6 to 12 nautical miles it would be a...


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