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EURASIA:

  • Turkey is planning to create a three-seas link: the Mediterranean, the Black Sea, and the Caspian Sea, that would create a Turkish Silk Road, that could be supported by India, the European Union, and the United States, with anti-Chinese connotations. Turkey is also planning to expand into Central Asia, what could harm China´s interests in the region.

SOURCE: ASIA TIMES

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MEDITERRANEAN SEA REGION:

  • Israel ratified the agreement – with Greece and Cyprus– of the EastMed pipeline, set to export gas to the EU. However, the Jewish state will need to overcome a number of challenges, including Turkey’s opposition to the project and a legal battle with Lebanon over the maritime borders. Ankara has long objected to the EastMed deal.

 SOURCE: SPUTNIK https://sputniknews.com/analysis/202007221079953455-israel-eyes-profit-potential-of-gas-deal-but-still-needs-to-overcome-hurdles-expert-claims/

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  • EUROPE: Through a letter organized and released by American Jewish Committee’s Transatlantic Institute in Brussels, 230 lawmakers have urged the European Union to designate the Lebanon-based Hezbollah organization as a terrorist group. The EU already recognizes Hezbollah’s military wing as a terrorist group.

SOURCE: THE JERUSALEM POST https://www.jpost.com/middle-east/eu-must-designate-hezbollah-as-terror-organization-230-lawmakers-say-635378