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Macron stresses Importance of EU Statement on Cyprus Energy v. Turkish Harassment

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Thursday, June 20, 2019

*Brussels/EU Summit/Angelo Marcopolo/-
French President Emmanuel Macron, speaking to Journalists at EU Council after a Long Night, (Comp. f.ex. : ...), stressed the "Importance" of a Critical EU Statement on Turkey, concerning Cyprus' European Energy Resources, currently facing various kinds of Aggressions :

- "Options for Appropriate Measures" must be "submitted by the Commission and the EEAS", "withOut Delay", and "including Targetted Measures", stresses "the European Council", which "expresses Serious Concerns over Turkey's current illegal Drilling activities in the Eastrnn Mediteranean, and Deplores that Turkey has not yet Responded to EU's repeated Calls  to Cease such activities".

=> In this regardn "EU underlines the Serious, Immediate Negative Impact that such illegal actions have accross the range of EU - Turkey Relatons".



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