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Next Previous Politico: Turkey-Greece conflict restricts Cypriot f/a HOME • INSIDER • CYPRUS • Politico: Turkey-Greece conflict restricts Cypriot f/a
In the perspective of the natural gas of Cyprus regarding the needs of the European Union, but also in how this perspective is limited by the fact that the Cyprus problem remains unresolved, an extensive report of the European news website Politico is mentioned.
< The text focuses in particular on how tensions between Turkey and Greece prevent the exploitation of natural resources within the EU's own borders, at a time when Europe is looking for alternative energy sources for dependence on gas.
The report, signed by Politico & nbsp;'s correspondent in Greece, Cyprus and the Balkans, Nektaria Stamouli, states that Turkey wants to have a say in the use of Cyprus resources, ensuring that the benefits will be directed to the Turkish Cypriot community. p>
At the same time, Turkey wants any gas in the region to pass through its territories to Europe, while Greece supports plans for the transfer of natural gas through Cyprus and Greece.
According to the report, the involvement in the consultations between Israel, Egypt and Lebanon is another factor that brings things to a standstill.
After the initial hopes that the unity that the war brought to Ukraine would bring re-rapprochement between Greece and Turkey, as was evident from the Mitsotakis-Erdogan meeting, now tensions between the two sides have returned with Erdogan severing ties and the Greek authorities putting their troops on alert, it is added.
< p>The text links the tension between Greece and Turkey with the fact that 15 years after the announcement of the first explorations and 11 years after the discovery of the first deposits, Cyprus has not progressed as no natural gas has been pumped and no decisions have been made on how to could be transported to the rest of Europe along with gas from other sources in the region.
Speaking to the reporter, Foreign Minister Kornilios Korniliou said that Cyprus had low expectations for Turkey's behavior, while PRIO Cyprus Director Haris Tzimitras pointed out that energy could be a field of cooperation in the region, but unfortunately Another area of conflict has emerged.
Cypriots are reportedly worried as tensions will discourage energy companies from continuing their research, at a time when the country is already plagued by a loss of revenue from Russian sources.
The article also briefly mentions the tensions with Turkey over the Eastern Mediterranean and the targeted measures imposed by the EU in 2019.
Today, it is added, ExxonMobil and Qatar Energy & nbsp; are active in the region, while as Energy Minister Natasa Peleidou told Politico that both Eni and Total are expected to enter the region in the coming weeks, as well as proposals for the Aphrodite deposit by a Chevron-led consortium.
Ms. Pileidou also stated that there is a need to accelerate the development of hydrocarbons in the Eastern Mediterranean and the use of natural gas as a transitional fuel in view of climate neutrality in 2050.
The article lists the options for the transfer of natural gas depending on the deposits to be identified which will affect the viability of these options.
Specifically, the idea for interconnection of “Aphrodite” with a terminal in Egypt is recorded, the proposal submitted by a Greek company for connection to Israel with a small pipeline and export of natural gas through a liquefaction platform in Cyprus, but also the idea for gas transportation by pipeline & nbsp; via Turkey. The idea, according to the article, was reinforced after the recent Turkey-Israel rapprochement.
Turkish Ambassador to Athens Burak Ozugergin referred to the geopolitical and economic dimension of energy in the region, arguing that Turkey should be involved as it is a central hub and large market.
Ms. Peleidou, on the other hand, emphasizes that the impasse affects not only Cyprus but the international community, noting that the geopolitical and technical issues raised regarding the EastMed & nbsp; pipeline may also arise in relation to a pipeline from Israel to Turkey. .
Finally, the article refers to the upcoming elections in Greece, Turkey and Cyprus no later than 2023, which, as noted, raises limited expectations for de-escalation.
On the one hand, the Mr. ουzugergin hints that the pre-election period creates conditions where Turkey can be used as a tool of disorientation, while Mr. Korniliou refers to Turkey's practice of creating accomplishments that hinder negotiations.
It is still being done reference to the confidence-building measures presented by the e/k side and the fact that they did not bring progress, with Ms. Pileidou stating that she hopes that they will be seriously examined by the t/k side.