Dogu Akdeniz Petrolü ve İsrail Hükümeti ?

Başlıgımızdan da anlaşıldıgı gibi daha önce bir çok haberimize konu olan Dogu Akdeniz’ deki Hidrokarbon ( Petrol – Dogalgaz ) yataklarının aranması ve çıkarılması konusunda Türkiye net tavrını ortaya koydu.

İhtilaflı hiçbir sahada Türkiye ile anlaşılmadan İsrail bu kaynakların aranmasını ve çıkarılmasını yapamaz.  Dolayısı ile önceki ay ,  İsrail – Güney Kıbrıs Rum Yönetimi ve Amerikan Şirketi Noble ‘ nin yapmış oldugu enerji antlaşması havada kalmış gibi görünmekte.

Antlaşma imzalandıgı zaman Türkiye’ nin tavrının ne olacagını sorgulamış ve Türk Hükümetinin ( Sayın Tayyip Erdogan ve Sayın Prof.Dr. Ahmet Davutoglu )  izleyecegi yolu yaşarak ögrenecegiz demiştik. Bugün görüyoruz ki Sayın Başbakan Tayyip Erdogan’ ın yapmış oldugu açıklamalar : ” Türkiye İhtilaflı Sahada Petrol ve Dogalgaz Aranmasına İzin Vermeyecek gerekirse …”  Bu açıklamaya İsrail nasıl bir tepki verecek. Türkiye’siz İsrail Bu havza da neler yapabilir bunu görecegiz.

Türkiye – İsrail arasında düşük yogunluklu bir çatışma yaşanır mı ? ABD – AB ‘ nin bölgedeki dengeleri gözönüne alındıgında bu pek mümkün görünmüyor. Aslında BOP’ u ortaya koyanlar Türkiye üzerinden İsrail Hükümetini devirmek istiyor olabilirler fakat ateşle oynadıklarını anlamaları biraz geç oldu. Çünkü Sayın Tayyip Erdogan’ ın bir gün sonrası ne yapacagını kimse öngöremiyor.

Turkish warships will escort Gaza aid vessels, pledges Turkish PM

Erdogan makes pledge as Israeli-Turkish relations plummet following UN report into last year’s Gaza flotilla raid

Turkish warships will escort any Turkish aid vessels to Palestinians in the Gaza Strip, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the prime minister, has announced.

He also said Turkey had taken steps to stop Israel unilaterally exploiting natural resources from the eastern Mediterranean, according to al-Jazeera’s Arabic translation of excerpts of an interview conducted in Turkish.

His comments came after Turkey’s ruling party said the country’s ties to Israel could be normalised if the Jewish state apologised for the killing of nine pro-Palestinian activists last year and accepted it should pay compensation to their families.

Turkish-Israeli relations hit a low last week after a UN report on the Israeli raid on a Gaza-bound aid ship last year in which the nine activists were killed. The report that Israel’s naval blockade of Gaza was legitimate but its raid on the flotilla trying to break the blockade was “excessive and unreasonable”.

Turkey has since expelled senior Israeli diplomats, cut military ties with the country, pledged to lobby other nations in support of the Palestinians’ statehood bid at the UN later this month and promised increased Turkish naval patrols in the Mediterranean.

In response, Israel has been conciliatory. Binyamin Netanyahu, the prime minister, said that the worsening of ties “was not our choice”. “We respect the Turkish people and its traditions and want to improve ties,” Netanyahu said.

Israel has expressed regret for the loss of lives aboard the flotilla, but it has refused to apologise, saying its forces acted in self-defence.

Turkey, however, is still seeking an apology in order to normalise a relationship once seen as a cornerstone of regional stability.

“In fact, not all bridges are burned with Israel,” said Huseyin Celik, deputy chairman of the ruling Islamic Justice and Development party. “Our embassy in Israel is open, and the Israeli embassy in Ankara is open. The relations would return to the old days if Israel apologises and accepts to pay compensation.”

The rift with Israel led to a fierce debate between Erdogan’s party and the main opposition Republican People’s party, which called the government’s foreign policy “a fiasco”, drawing angry responses from cabinet ministers, who in turn accused the opposition of acting as “Israel’s advocate”.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/sep/08/turkey-gaza-warships-escort

http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/09/08/us-turkey-israel-gamble-idUSTRE7871WZ20110908

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