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Mitsotakis counters Erdogan claims at UN, makes case for cooperation

In his address to the 77th United Nations General Assembly last Friday, Kyriakos Mitsotakis chose to point out the benefits of a peaceful and cooperative atmosphere between Greece and Turkey, but also to draw his government’s red lines vis a vis Turkey’s revisionist policies, making it clear that security, stability, and territorial integrity are non-negotiable for Athens.

Mitsotakis hits back at Erdogan's rhetoric, but leaves door open for meeting

During Sunday’s press conference at the Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF), Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis sought to rebut the latest aggressive rhetoric emanating from Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, while not ruling out the possibility that the two could meet in due course.

Photo by Naval Group Athens ponders latest diplomatic moves by Turkey

Greek and Cypriot officials spent much of the summer discussing how they would react in case Turkey’s drillship Abdülhamid Han would sail within the Cyprus Exclusive Economic Zone or disputed waters in the Aegean.

Photo by Julius Muschalek via Flickr US amendment on Turkish jets adds new factor in Athens-Ankara ties

The US House of Representatives approved last Thursday an amendment to the annual defence spending bill that restricts the sale of F-16 fighter jets and modernisation tools to Turkey unless the US president decided such a transfer is in America’s national interests.

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