The tension between Cyprus and Turkey is mostly down to the division of the island into the southern Republic of Cyprus, an EU member state, and the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.
Turkey argues that any Cypriot natural resources have to be shared by the whole island, and Ankara rejects any delimination of maritime waters, threatening itself to declare a 200 nautical mile exclusive economic zone, which would reach far into the waters deliminated by Cyprus and Israel, and drill for gas there itself.
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