It provokes the pseudo-state in the Occupied Territories

It provokes the pseudo-state in the Occupied TerritoriesThe so-called pseudo-state Ministry of Energy and Finance today signed an "agreement on oil field services and production sharing" with the Turkish Petroleum Corporation (TRAO). The signing took place in the presence of Turkish Energy and Natural Resources Minister Taner Gildiz, who arrived in occupied Nicosia earlier for an illegal visit. The "agreement" authorizes TRAO to conduct research, drilling and treatment in areas within the Cypriot EEZ. Earlier, the Turkish minister met with so-called Prime Minister Irsen Kyuchiouk, who said the Greek Cypriot side had been focusing on oil and gas since 2003. He added that it would be more appropriate to discuss these issues after finding a solution. Cypriot. For his part, the Turkish minister called it right to authorize TRAO to conduct oil and gas exploration in the pseudo-state maritime area, he said. He added that the actions of Greek Cypriots in the Mediterranean were wrong and that the possible oil and gas fields should be distributed fairly.