Hurriyet Daily News
June 4, 2022

Greece’s ambassador to Turkey summoned over PKK activities

Greece’s ambassador to Turkey was summoned to the Foreign Ministry over concerns about the activities of the outlawed PKK terror organization in his country.

Turkish officials complained to Ambassador Christodoulos Lazaris about the PKK….

They also raised concerns about a recent demonstration near the Turkish Embassy in Athens by PKK supporters….

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Kathimerini
June 4, 2022

Dendias says aggressive Turkish rhetoric shows intention to escalate

Recent aggressive rhetoric towards Greece from Turkey’s political leadership and Turkish flights over the Greek islands of the eastern Aegean reveal Ankara’s intention to escalate Turkish revisionism, Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias said in an interview published on Saturday.

This rhetoric is convincing even the skeptical that Turkish aggression towards Athens is a reality, he told Greek daily Parapolitika….

“[On the contrary] We show on the maps the proof of Turkish aggression, we do not paint maps of the Aegean, changing the borders depending on the fantasy of the moment,” he was quoted as saying. “Actions that would have been simply ludicrous, if they were not so dangerous.”

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