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Turkey considers the convention as res inter alios acta , i. Greece, which is a party to the convention, has stated that it reserves the right to apply this rule and extend its waters to 12 miles at some point in the future, although it has never actually attempted to do so.
It holds that the mile rule is not only treaty law but also customary law , as per the wide consensus established among the international community.
Against this, Turkey argues that the special geographical properties of the Aegean Sea make a strict application of the mile rule in this case illicit in the interest of equity.
Tensions over the mile question ran highest between the two countries in the early s, when the Law of the Sea was going to come into force. On June 8, , the Turkish parliament officially declared that unilateral action by Greece would constitute a casus belli , i.
This declaration has been condemned by Greece as a violation of the Charter of the United Nations , which forbids "the threat or use of force against the territorial integrity or political independence of any state".
The national airspace is normally defined as the airspace covering a state's land territory and its adjacent territorial waters.
National airspace gives the sovereign state a large degree of control over foreign air traffic.
While civil aviation is normally allowed passage under international treaties, foreign military and other state aircraft unlike military vessels in the territorial waters do not have a right to free passage through another state's national airspace.
Since , Turkey has refused to acknowledge the validity of the outer 4-mile belt of airspace that extends beyond the Greek territorial waters. Turkey cites the statutes of the International Civil Aviation Organization ICAO of , as containing a binding definition that both zones must coincide.
The conflict over military flight activities has led to a practice of continuous tactical military provocations, with Turkish aircraft flying in the outer 4-mile zone of contentious airspace and Greek aircraft intercepting them.
These encounters often lead to so-called "dog-fights", dangerous flight manoeuvres that have repeatedly ended in casualties on both sides.
In one instance in , it has been alleged that a Turkish plane was accidentally shot down by a Greek one. In the context of the Aegean dispute, the term continental shelf refers to a littoral state's exclusive right to economic exploitation of resources on and under the sea-bed, for instance oil drilling , in an area adjacent to its territorial waters and extending into the High Seas.
The width of the continental shelf is commonly defined for purposes of international law as not exceeding nautical miles.
Where the territories of two states lie closer opposite each other than double that distance, the division is made by the median line. The concept of the continental shelf is closely connected to that of an exclusive economic zone , which refers to a littoral state's control over fishery and similar rights.
Both concepts were developed in international law from the middle of the 20th century and were codified in the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea in The dispute between Turkey and Greece is to what degree the Greek islands off the Turkish coast should be taken into account for determining the Greek and Turkish economic zones.
Turkey argues that the notion of "continental shelf", by its very definition, implies that distances should be measured from the continental mainland, claiming that the sea-bed of the Aegean geographically forms a natural prolongation of the Anatolian land mass.
This would mean for Turkey to be entitled to economic zones up to the median line of the Aegean leaving out, of course, the territorial waters around the Greek islands in its eastern half, which would remain as Greek exclaves.
Greece, on the other hand, claims that all islands must be taken into account on an equal basis. This would mean that Greece would gain the economic rights to almost the whole of the Aegean.
In this matter, Greece has the UN Law of the Sea on its side, but the same Convention restricts the application of this rule  to islands of a notable size, as opposed to small uninhabitable islets and rocks.
The precise delimitation of the economic zones is the only one of all the Aegean issues where Greece has officially acknowledged that Turkey has legitimate interests that might require some international process of arbitration or compromise between the two sides.
Colombia ,  Maritime Delimitation in the Black Sea case , Canada—France Maritime Boundary Case where court had used equitable approach and limited the continental shelves of islands.
Tensions over the continental shelf were particularly high during the mids and again the late s, when it was believed that the Aegean Sea might hold rich oil reserves.
Turkey at that time conducted exploratory oceanographic research missions in parts of the disputed area. These were perceived as a dangerous provocation by Greece, which led to a buildup of mutual military threats in and again in The map was displayed during an official ceremony at the National Defense University of Turkey in Istanbul  and shows an area labelled as "Turkey's Blue Homeland" stretching up to the median line of the Aegean,  enclosing the Greek islands in that part of the sea without any indication of the Greek territorial waters around them.
On 13 November , Turkey submitted to the United Nations a series of claims to Exclusive Economic Zones in the Eastern Mediterranean that are in conflict with Greek claims to the same areas — including a sea zone extending west of the southeastern Aegean island of Rhodes and south of Crete.
The Turkish claims were made in an official letter by Turkey's Permanent Representative to the UN Feridun Sinirlioglu , which reflect Ankara's notion of a "Blue Homeland" Mavi Vatan.
Greece condemned these claims as legally unfounded, incorrect and arbitrary, and an outright violation of Greece's sovereignty.
Turkey holds the view, unlike most other states,       that no islands can have a full Exclusive Economic Zone EEZ   and should only be entitled to a 12 nautical mile reduced EEZ or no EEZ at all rather than the usual miles that Turkey and every other country are entitled to.
In this context, Turkey, for the first time on December 1, , claimed that the Greek island of Kastellorizo shouldn't have any EEZ at all, because, from the equity-based   Turkish viewpoint, it is a small island immediately across the Turkish mainland which, according to Turkey, has the longest coastline , and isn't supposed to generate a maritime jurisdiction area four thousand times larger than its own surface.
Furthermore, according to Turkey's Foreign Ministry, an EEZ has to be coextensive with the continental shelf, based on the relative lengths of adjacent coastlines  and described any opposing views supporting the right of islands to their EEZ as "maximalist and uncompromising Greek and Greek Cypriot claims".
There is no continental shelf around the islands, there is no such thing, there, it is only sovereign waters. Turkey's view, however, is a 'unique' interpretation not shared by any other country and not in accordance to the United Nations' Convention on the Law of the Sea UNCLOS treaty, ratified by countries but not Turkey.
Turkey has refused to ratify the UNCLOS, and argues that it is not bound by its provisions that award islands maritime zones.
The UNCLOS, and particularly Article clearly states that the islands can have exclusive economic zones and continental shelf just like every other land territory.
This agreement was controversial    and drew condemnation by Greece and the international community, including the rival Tobruk -based government led by the Libyan House of Representatives and Khalifa Haftar , the European Union , United States , Russia , Egypt , Cyprus , Malta , France , Germany , Italy , Sweden , Serbia , Israel , Syria , Bahrein , Saudi Arabia , the United Arab Emirates and the Arab League , as a violation of the International Law of the Sea and the article 8 of the Skhirat Agreement which prohibits the Libyan Prime Minister from solely clinching international deals without consent of all the cabinet members.
On 18 October , the German Federal Parliament Bundestag 's research service reviewed the Turkey-GNA maritime deal and found it to be illegal under international law, and detrimental to third parties.
In response to these developments, the GNA Ambassador to Greece Mohamed Younis Menfi was summoned to the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Athens, where he was given an ultimatum of seven days, to disclose until 5 December the agreement his country signed with Turkey on maritime boundaries, or will be considered " persona non-grata " and be expelled from Greece.
Ankara asked for the agreement on maritime boundaries from the Government of National Accord GNA in the Libyan Civil War , in exchange for Turkey's long-time support against the rival Tobruk-based House of Representatives.
It is believed [ by whom? On 4 December , the Turkish Minister of Energy and Natural Resources, Fatih Dönmez, announced Turkey's intentions to start awarding licences to drills for natural gas in Greek waters which Ankara claimed through the Turkey-GNA deal, once it is approved by the two countries' parliaments.
The agreement "has been registered with the Secretariat, in accordance with Article of the Charter of the United Nations," said the certificate of registration.
Experts [ who? In July , France and Austria have called for sanctions against Turkey, such as the termination of the Turkey's EU accession talks.
In the same context the EU's Foreign Affairs Council convened and agreed for a framework of sanctions to be prepared for use in the event Turkey attempts any violations of Greece's sovereign rights.
The Greek FM Dendias expressed his country's readiness to activate the Mutual Defence Clause Article 42 of the EU's Lisbon Treaty for military assistance.
On 30 May , the Turkish Petroleum Corporation TPAO applied to the Turkish Ministry of Energy for exploration permits on the Greek continental shelf, just 6 miles off Crete, Karpathos and Rhodes.
This prompted strong reactions both in Greece and abroad, with the Turkish Ambassador to Athens, Burak Özügergin, being summoned to the Greek Foreign Ministry, and the European Union's High Representative of Foreign Affairs, Josep Borrell warning Ankara that the good EU-Turkey relations "will depend critically on the respect of the sovereignty of Cyprus and Greece on the waters under dispute".
Fannon stating, during a quadrilateral conference organized by both the American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce and the Atlantic Council with the participation of USA, Greece, Israel and Cyprus, that such "provocative actions" must end and that the Turkey-GNA agreement "cannot as a legal matter affect the rights or obligations of third states" such as Greece.
On 9 June, and in response to Turkey's moves in the region, Greece and Italy signed through their Foreign Ministers Nikos Dendias and Luigi Di Maio a "historic" agreement for the demarcation of the EEZ between the two countries.
The agreement confirms the full rights of islands to their continental shelf and EEZ, in line with the UNCLOS. It uses the median line that was used for the Italy-Greece continental shelf demarcation agreement as the basis of the EEZ boundary.
The Greek embassy in Ankara sent a complaint to the Turkish Foreign Ministry, Egypt considers the move as an encroachment of its waters,  and Germany's Foreign Minister Heiko Maas warned Turkey with consequences.
Several days later, on 6 August, the foreign ministers of Egypt and Greece, Sameh Shoukry and Nikos Dendias respectively, signed a maritime agreement partially demarcating the EEZs between the two countries, in line with the UNCLOS which recognizes the right of the islands to their continental shelf and EEZ.
Similarly, the Tripoli-based GNA government led by Al-Sarraj condemned it as a "violation of Libya's maritime rights". Turkey agreed to resort to diplomatic means for resolving its maritime disputes with Greece.
We hope the Turkish Government will see it the same way". Additionally, Pompeo sided with the Greek side on the dispute, by asking for a solution that is "reflective of the fundamental rights of the citizens of Greece".
On 8 October , Turkey and Greece agreed, under Germany's mediation and with the United States' full consultation, to resume exploratory talks for resolving their maritime disputes.
However, a few days later, on October 11, Turkey withdrew from the talks and resumed its gunboat diplomacy by releasing a NAVTEX announcing that it will be conducting surveys on the waters just 6.
Its calls for dialogue are only a pretext. The international community must judge [Ankara] on the basis of actions, not words.
On 17 October, Turkey passed a law that expanded its search and rescue SAR area to cover all the territories it claims as part of its Blue Homeland.
Greece protested strongly to this unilateral extension of Turkish SAR, which overlaps with the sovereign rights of the Greek islands and their surrounding waters, announcing that it will file complaints with the International Civil Aviation Organization ICAO and the International Maritime Organization IMO.
On 20 October, Greece and Albania agreed to resume negotiations for the demarcation of their maritime boundaries and that, in the event of no resolution, the two parties shall jointly submit the case to the International Court of Justice in Hague.
Although ratified by the Greek side, the Albanian side took it to the Supreme Court where it was deemed unconstitutional.
For Turkey, an agreement between Albania and Greece based on the UNCLOS, would have had set a negative legal precedent against Turkey's positions in its maritime disputes with Greece.
On 21 October, during a trilateral regional summit, the Presidents of Cyprus, Egypt and the Prime Minister of Greece, Nicos Anastasiades , Abdel Fattah el-Sisi and Kyriakos Mitsotakis respectively, in a joint declaration, condemned Turkey's energy explorations in the East Mediterranean, and urged Ankara to put an end to its aggressive policies.
Abraham Kasparian, a Syrian-born Armenian investigative journalist also warned of the deployment of jihadists by Turkey in the Greece-Turkey border at Thrace.
In their separate investigations, the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation Europol , the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights and the Columbia Broadcasting System CBS also have confirmed links between Turkey and jihadists.
Some days later, the Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias raised the issue in his meeting with his Russian counterpart, Sergey Lavrov, during the latter's official visit to Athens.
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