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BERLIN (Reuters) – The European Union is getting ready sanctions against Turkey that could be mentioned at the bloc’s up coming summit on Sept. 24 in response to the japanese Mediterranean dispute with Greece, the EU’s best diplomat claimed on Friday.

The steps could consist of individuals, ships or the use of European ports, reported Josep Borrell, including the EU would emphasis on all the things related to “activities we consider illegal”.

Tensions concerning Turkey and Greece escalated following Ankara despatched a study vessel to disputed japanese Mediterranean waters this month, a stage Athens called illegal.

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