Non-existent legal claims that the islands do not have EEZs and continental shelf, serve Turkish designs, so that the drawing of boundaries proceeds with reference to the mainland of the states, writes ELIAMEP researcher Sotiris Serbos in Kathimerini. As Sotiris Serbos points out, our Permanent Representative reminds us that Turkey is the country with the largest continental shores in the Eastern Mediterranean. Adding that […] the parity / midline method applies only when its structure does not distort the demarcation. Therefore, Turkey will continue to negotiate on the basis of its size and power rather than geography and international law. For Turkey, the Kastellorizo cluster will remain a geographical error that distorts the Turkish vision.
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