Greece, Cyprus pressure EU to act over Turkey gas drilling as Ankara digs in
Cyprus and Greece heaped pressure on the EU on Tuesday to take action against Turkey over gas drilling in disputed waters, as Ankara said it would step up exploration in a move that could further strain ties with Western allies.
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