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Shock from GG FCO – Why are there no excavations in Crete and the Ionian

Shock from the GG of the Foreign Ministry, Yiannis Brakos, who stated that he was pessimistic about the Greek excavation scenario in Crete and the Ionian Sea.

Shock from the GG of the Foreign Ministry, Yiannis Brakos, who stated that he was pessimistic about the scenario of the Greek excavation in Crete and ionic.

At a time when they are following with special interest in Greece, Europe and Turkey developments related to Greek exploration for oil and natural gas west of Crete and southern Peloponnese, where the first estimates spoke of legendary deposits, according to a former Greek official. Icicle on the Greek outlook.

The former GG of the Foreign Ministry’s International Economic Relations, Yiannis Brachos, spoke to NaftemporikiTV where he suggested that “we may never get to” Greek exploration in the research field.

As he explained, the evidence shows that the sediment is located at very great depths, but with the potential for “natural gases,” as he put it.

Shock from GG FCO – Why are there no excavations in Crete and the Ionian

Mr. Brackus noted that the pace “which can lead to the discovery and sale of deposits requires at least a decade.” “If we assume that we want to comply with our commitments that we have undertaken in the context of climate, it is practically impossible,” he added.

“This is an obligation of the state, regardless of whether I like it or not,” he stressed. “It just doesn’t work out on time,” Mr Brachos noted.

“If you have some commitments to 2030 and some commitments to 2050, it probably isn’t in any company’s economic interest to go ahead with mine,” he said.

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He added, “I am impressed that the investigations are underway in November. He told NaftemporikiTV that the seismic surveys are conducted in the summer when the seas are supposed to be fairly smooth.”

Mr Prakos noted that the situation may be very different in the south of Crete, but where Greece has shown no willingness to conduct investigations.

source: geostratigika.gr