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Europe (Nord Stream 2)

EUROPE:

  • US Senators have threatened Mukran Port in Germany, involved in the Nord Stream 2 project with “financial destruction”, if they continue their work on the venture. The Nord Stream 2 project is set to carry gas from Russia to Germany, passing through the territorial waters or exclusive economic zones of Denmark, Finland, Germany, Russia and Sweden.

SOURCE: SPUTNIK https://sputniknews.com/world/202008061080085646-us-senators-reportedly-threaten-german-port-operator-with-financial-destruction-over-nord-stream-2/

 

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South Asia

SOUTH ASIA:

  • Indian Navy has deployed almost its entire fleet of ships and submarines into the Indian Ocean. The moves are likely a clear signal to China: that India will not back down, either on land or sea. Furthermore, the move suggests that India is tightening its grip on the crucial Malacca Strait, a development that will surely set off alarm bells in Beijing.

SOURCE: ASIA TIMES                https://asiatimes.com/2020/07/indian-navy-deployment-sends-clear-message-to-china/

 

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MEDITERRANEAN SEA REGION

MEDITERRANEAN SEA REGION:

  • Tension easing in East Med. Turkey has reduced the number of navy vessels in an area of the East Mediterranean where it disputes Greek jurisdiction over oil-and-gas drilling rights. Both are ready to enter negotiations.

SOURCE: DW                                     https://www.dw.com/en/greece-says-tension-easing-in-east-med-dispute-with-turkey/a-54340929

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SOUTH EAST AFRICA:

  • MOZAMBIQUE: Both the United States and France are trying to become involved in patrolling the coast of Cabo Delgado, in Mozambique, in the context of possible support in the fight against insurgents. The French company Total recently bought control of area 1 of the Cabo Delgado gas field.

SOURCE: ALL AFRICA https://allafrica.com/stories/202007270639.html

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