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PostSun Sep 04, 2011 8:54 pm » by abdullha14


talk about 'bullying'.Turkey threatens Cyprus over offshore explorations

ANKARA, Turkey - Turkey on Friday threatened to show the "necessary response" to any move by Cyprus to start exploratory drilling for offshore gas deposits.

Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said Cyprus had no right to go ahead with efforts to search for gas before a settlement to reunify the divided island will be reached.

"No one has the right to do anything over the island's natural resources ... before the Cyprus issue isn't resolved," Davutoglu told reporters. There must be an administration representing both parts of the island, he insisted.

"Turkey would show the necessary response if further steps are considered," he said. He did not specify what Turkey's response would be.

Cyprus was split into a Greek Cypriot south and a breakaway Turkish Cypriot north in 1974 when Turkey invaded the island. Cyprus joined the EU in 2004, but only the south enjoys the membership's benefits.

The island's northern part declared its independence in 1983 but it is recognized only by Turkey, which maintains 35,000 troops there.

The Greek Cypriot government aims to start exploratory offshore drilling at the end of the year.

Cyprus' Commerce Ministry energy service chief Solon Kassinis this week suggested that drilling could begin in October, adding that it would take a couple of months before officials have a clear picture of the gas reserve's size.

Turkey has long opposed the Greek Cypriot government's search for offshore gas saying it disregards Turkish Cypriots' rights. It also believes the search would damage long-running talks aimed at reunification.

The Greek Cypriot government has said Turkish Cypriots could share the potential bounty once a peace accord is signed.

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PostSun Sep 04, 2011 10:25 pm » by Perronick


rydher wrote:
perronick wrote:It's not about military power, it's about having friends and allies and Israel is on the verge of being the next South Africa on its own merits.


I thought Israel was the great evil that had unlimited money with the world in their back pocket? :headscratch:


Why the sarcasm? Do you really doubt it?

Israel has one big ally: the US and its veto power or, to be fair, the US Congress, but even the US is starting to be fed up and Israel's support in the US is wearing out visibly among the population.

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PostSun Sep 04, 2011 10:58 pm » by Eliakim


abdullha14 wrote:talk about 'bullying'.Turkey threatens Cyprus over offshore explorations

ANKARA, Turkey - Turkey on Friday threatened to show the "necessary response" to any move by Cyprus to start exploratory drilling for offshore gas deposits.

Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said Cyprus had no right to go ahead with efforts to search for gas before a settlement to reunify the divided island will be reached.

"No one has the right to do anything over the island's natural resources ... before the Cyprus issue isn't resolved," Davutoglu told reporters. There must be an administration representing both parts of the island, he insisted.

"Turkey would show the necessary response if further steps are considered," he said. He did not specify what Turkey's response would be.

Cyprus was split into a Greek Cypriot south and a breakaway Turkish Cypriot north in 1974 when Turkey invaded the island. Cyprus joined the EU in 2004, but only the south enjoys the membership's benefits.

The island's northern part declared its independence in 1983 but it is recognized only by Turkey, which maintains 35,000 troops there.

The Greek Cypriot government aims to start exploratory offshore drilling at the end of the year.

Cyprus' Commerce Ministry energy service chief Solon Kassinis this week suggested that drilling could begin in October, adding that it would take a couple of months before officials have a clear picture of the gas reserve's size.

Turkey has long opposed the Greek Cypriot government's search for offshore gas saying it disregards Turkish Cypriots' rights. It also believes the search would damage long-running talks aimed at reunification.

The Greek Cypriot government has said Turkish Cypriots could share the potential bounty once a peace accord is signed.

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Indeed and the LORD God as not been happy with Ankara for some time now.
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PostSun Sep 04, 2011 11:31 pm » by Kinninigan


Sounds like the perfect time for a false flag for Mossad..........Turkey gave Hamaas a nuke...see what they have done to gods choosen people
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PostMon Sep 05, 2011 9:28 am » by Nakchopoe


eliakim wrote:Indeed and the LORD God as not been happy with Ankara for some time now.
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Silly me, always being under the impression that the LORD God loves all of us, because he created us to be who we are now...
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PostMon Sep 05, 2011 9:50 am » by Thetamplar


Which God?!! :headscratch: :think: :rtft:

Where?!!! :nwo: :robot:

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