How was the return of the Oruç Reis ship, which carries out natural gas exploration activities in the Eastern Mediterranean and is at the center of criticism, to Antalya port interpreted by the European press?
Belgium’s La Libre Belgique newspaper announced the news as ‘Signal of relief in the Mediterranean: The ship, which is the focus of criticism, is returning to Turkey’.
The newspaper wrote that the ship, which started drilling on August 10, renewed its mission three times despite the warnings of the European Union and Greece.
French Le Monde newspaper He wrote that the Turkish ship carrying out natural gas exploration activities in the disputed waters of the Eastern Mediterranean left the region.
France24 The press organization also reported that the Turkish ship, which caused tension in the region due to natural gas exploration activities, returned to the port and emphasized that the Greek government welcomes this situation.
British The Guardian newspaper wrote that ‘Turkey’s Oruç Reis research ship has returned to the southern coast of the country’. The Guardian wrote that Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar ‘underestimated’ the importance of the decision, stating that the ship returned to the country within the framework of the plan created earlier.
The German Tagesschau press agency reported, “Greece is arming its own army. The country is planning to buy fighter jets and frigates. The Turkish gas exploration vessel Oruç Reis has returned to Antalya.” announced as.