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EU sanctions against Turkey over actions in Eastern Mediterranean and Cyprus

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Turkey is once again facing the threat of sanctions as calls grow within the EU to impose punitive measures against it.

The return of the Turkish research ship, Oruc Reis, to disputed waters in the Eastern Mediterranean has revived tensions between Greece and Ankara, and the decision by the North-Cypriot’s Prime Minister, Ersin Tatar, to reopen the island’s occupied ghost town of Varosha, has also angered officials in Nicosia.

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has repeatedly ignored calls from the EU to desist and has instead been increasingly aggressive in the region.

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