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Global Intelligence Report – 7th March 2019

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Sources

- Deputy aid to Turkish Foreign Ministry

- High-level official in Turkish Energy Ministry

- High-level diplomatic, intelligence and banking sector sources in UAE

BREAKING: We are about to witness the next UAE/Saudi-led attack on Qatar, which has the potential to shake markets. Our network of high-level sources in the region say that the UAE is now spinning a story to its regional allies that it has proof that Qatar is supporting terrorists using its financial infrastructure. They are trying to bring down Qatar National Bank, which claims to have been hacked in 2016. The UAE story is that they found names on the QNB database that support the allegation that Qatar is financing terrorism. In other words, the UAE hacked into QNB.

Investors: Why You Should Bet on Cypriot Oil & Gas, Despite Turkish Threats

Turkey appears to be throwing down the gauntlet in terms of oil exploration and its conflict with Cyprus. But things are not always as they appear. Turkey has just announced, very publicly, that it will launch oil and gas exploration off the coast of Cyprus. To wit: The Turkey foreign minister, Mevlut Cavusoglu, said drilling will start in this area in the “coming days”—and it is a direct challenge to the Greek Cypriots, and, indeed, Exxon, which has recently started exploring in this area of the eastern Mediterranean. The Turkish foreign minister said two drilling ships would be deployed around Cyprus. The message…




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