Erdogan’s new hobby: threatening Greece with missiles and invasion

War just one step away/ “We can come to you suddenly one night”, Erdogan openly threatens Greece

Δεψ 18, 2022

The Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, has spoken again about the “Typhoon” missile, which, according to Erdogan, will reach a range of 1,000 kilometers.

Erdogan added that this makes the Greeks “jump” in fear.

Erdogan made the comments in his statements in the city of Mardin, before leaving for Qatar, where he was invited to watch the World Cup final.

Erdogan again referred to the Typhoon missile and did not forget to remember that the Turks “may come suddenly one night!”.

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Turkey warns Greece over unilateral proclamation of EEZ

Dec 19, 2022

According to Greece’s information portal, for the first time, Turkey indirectly but clearly warned Greece that it would unilaterally begin the demarcation of the borders of an EEZ in the Aegean Sea and the Eastern Mediterranean if its demand to “restore legitimacy with regards to the Lausanne (1923) and Paris (1947) treaties” is not accepted and Greece’s armed forces are not withdrawn from the islands in the eastern part of the Aegean Sea and the Dodecanese. This warning was issued by Turkish Presidential Spokesman Ibrahim Kalin at a meeting with the Director of the Greek Prime Minister’s diplomatic office Anna-Maria Boura attended by German Chancellery Foreign and Security Policy Advisor Jens Ploetner.

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