Athens wants to keep Ankara lines open despite EU reservations, S-400 deal

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Cyprus, European Union, Kotzias, Turkey
Photo by Panayotis Tzamaros/Fosphotos
Photo by Panayotis Tzamaros/Fosphotos

Turkey's decision to sign a controversial deal worth 2.14 billion euros with Russia for S-400 anti-aircraft missiles has sparked concerns within NATO and the European Union, putting the Greek government on alert as well.

Greek diplomats and analysts argue that this development, along with Ankara's purchase of F-35 aircrafts, will create new imbalances in the Aegean in the coming years despite the current lack of personnel in Turkey's air force.

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