EU agrees on sanctions for Turkey’s gas drilling in East Med


European Union leaders agreed on Thursday to prepare limited sanctions on Turkish individuals over an energy exploration dispute with Greece and Cyprus, postponing any harsher steps until March as countries sparred over how to handle Ankara. Shying away from a threat made in October to consider wider economic measures, EU leaders agreed a summit statement that paves the way to punish individuals accused of planning or taking part in what the bloc says is unauthorized drilling off Cyprus. An EU blacklist freezing the assets and limiting the travel of the individuals is set to be enlarged under the new measures….

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