All eyes on Brussels as EU leaders take on east Med conflict

The EU’s 27 leaders are set to meet in Brussels on Thursday to find ways out of escalating tensions between Turkey and bloc members Greece and Cyprus over gas exploration activities in the eastern Mediterranean region.The summit was initially scheduled for last week, but it had to be postponed when European Council President Charles Michel entered quarantine because of contact with a person infected with Covid-19. He has since tested negative for the virus.While a host of issues are on the agenda, the heart of the discussions will centre on Turkey.”Our objective is to create a space for a cons…

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