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EU comes down hard on Turkey over illegal drilling in Cyprus’ EEZ

The European Union's Foreign Affairs Council has approved measures against Turkey in response to its plans for illegal hydrocarbons drilling in the Exclusive Economic Zone of the Republic of Cyprus, confirming the 12 July decision of the Council's Permanent Representatives and the conclusions of the 20 June EU summit.

The EU Council Examines the Proposals for Measures in Response to the Turkish Drilling near Cyprus

Today, The EU Council of Foreign Affairs will examine on the European Commission's proposals for measures in response to the Turkish gas studies which are conducted near Cyprus. This was announced by a spokesman for the European Commission.

Day 3 Talks on the Allocation of Senior Posts in the EU Continue

The talks on the allocation of senior posts in the European Union are being renewed, writes NOVA TV. 

In two consecutive days, negotiations in Brussels failed. The 28 Heads of State and Government can not choose who will be at the head of the European Commission and with what posts those who compromise will be compensated.

Kristalina Georgieva - the New President of the European Council?

Frans Timmermans is likely to be the new president of the European Commission, writes NOVA TV.

Unconfirmed information Kristalina Georgieva will head the European Council, and Frans Timmermans will be elected President of the European Commission. Diplomats say an agreement on the people who will take up these posts has already been reached at the Brussels summit.

DefMin Les reiterates importance of allied unity and indivisibility at NATO defence ministers' meeting

Minister of National Defence Gabriel Les reiterated the importance of allied unity and indivisibility "as fundamental prerequisites in building the coherent response to the current challenges," at the meeting of the ministers of defence from NATO member states, held in Brussels.

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