December 4, 2022

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A rhetorical shift from Auger? What does (not) say now about the islands in the Aegean.

“Greece is making others speak on its behalf,” the Turkish defense minister commented provocatively

Trying to redo “black and white” for the islands Hulusi Agar Manolis Kostitis reported in his interview with Miliat newspaper. However, SKAI’s correspondent in Istanbul points out a difference A possible shift in rhetoric from Agar…

“In Greece, some members of the current political power are entering into a ‘what to do and what to say’ race against Turkey. The islands have a demilitarized status, they cannot be demilitarized according to Articles 12 and 14 of the Lausanne and Paris Agreements. This is very clear and straightforward. But Greece is demilitarizing these islands. ” says the Turkish Defense Minister.

“Nowhere in the world does it have 6 miles of territorial waters and 10 miles of airspace, but Greece uses them as such. And yet we are the ones who sit and talk. Greece makes others speak on its behalf. We say, let’s sit and talk with each other and solve the problems,” he adds.

“Militarization of the Islands, Do not use 10 miles in airspace! Hulusi Akar says in other words.

However, as Manolis Costidis recalls, he told Milliet 15 days ago Conditions do not apply to islands. After the news But from America, and other Western countries, did not question the sovereignty of the islands due to “militarization”. “Militarize the islands,” he declares. Without further ado…

It remains to be seen in the coming days whether the agreements, i.e. questions about Greek sovereignty, will be put to rest.

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Cavusoglu out of touch: “Greece is said to attack Turkey – she has lost her mind”

In the absence of a problem… Greek attack on Turkey(!) In the morning his non-neighbor was placed between the Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu…

“News that Greece is preparing to attack Turkey means that Athens has ‘lost its mind,'” the Turkish foreign minister said, according to Turkey’s Anadolu news agency.

Greece is not “real and honest” on the Aegean and East Med pipeline issues, the Turkish foreign minister added, adding that Athens … is blocking the way to justice.

“Athens knew well what that meantOpposing Ankara,” Çavuşoğlu counters.

Source: Sky.G.R