Mediterranean gas and regional peace


In recent years, the Eastern Mediterranean has become one of the main intersecting points for global geopolitics. Turkey is one of the leading Mediterranean countries: from the Syrian border in the east to Greece in the west, the northeastern part of the Mediterranean consists of Turkish territorial waters and borders. Eastern Mediterranean countries such as Syria, Lebanon, Israel, Palestine, Egypt and Greece are situated on the oldest lands of humanity, making this region the cradle of civilization.

In the 17th century, when the Ottoman Empire saw its widest borders, the Mediterranean had almost become a Turkish lake. The Ottoman Empire ruled over the region, which stretched from Greece and Egypt to North Africa and the entire Middle East. After World War I, when the Ottoman Empire dissolved, North Africa and the Middle East were partitioned between Britain and France, while the Aegean islands were given to Italy.

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