Balkans | A new provocation from the Greek Chief of Staff, Constantinos Floros, on the Turkish border

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Balkans |  A new provocation from the Greek Chief of Staff, Constantinos Floros, on the Turkish border

The scandalous move came from Athens, which has recently increased tension in the Aegean and Mediterranean seas. Greek Chief of Staff Konstantinos Floros, who conducted checks at the Turkish border, made statements that could increase tension.

While the tension in the Aegean Sea continued to escalate with Athens’ statements, a step came from the Greek Chief of the General Staff, Konstantinos Floros, to increase the tension.

Floros, who has been conducting checks at the Turkish border, made remarks that could heighten tensions.

Florus, who posted the photos he took at the Kebbi border gate located across the Uppsala border gate on the Meriç River between Turkey and Greece in Thrace, on his social media account, included the following statements:

Our first stop is Kebbi Bridge. Monitoring station personnel perform their duties with dedication. Happy New Year, health and strength. Efros (Eric) did not and will not fall.

He searched units on “unarmed” islands.

Florus recently visited some islands in the Aegean Sea and the eastern Mediterranean.

The Greek Chief of the General Staff inspected the forces on the non-military islands.

A web message from ÇAVUŞOĞLU to Greece

Foreign Minister Çavuşoğlu had warned Athens with the words, “We will not allow the expansion of territorial waters, not even Greece’s, but even 12.1 miles.”

Cavusoglu made the following statements in his statement;

We warn Greece again. Don’t chase false heroism, trusting what they’re trying to win back. Don’t go on an adventure. It will not end well for you.

The tension began with the explanation of the F-16

Relations between Turkey and Greece were strained after the statements of Greek Prime Minister Mitsotakis in the United States.

Mitsotakis, without giving his name, in reference to Turkey, “Greece extends a hand of friendship to its neighbors. However, we will not tolerate violations of our sovereignty and sovereign rights and overflights of the Greek islands, which must stop immediately. “I ask members of Congress to consider the risk of new instability on NATO’s southeastern flank when making decisions about arms sales in the region.”

With these words, Miçotakis indirectly demanded that the sale of F-16s to Turkey not be approved.

“I ask the members of Congress not to forget the wound which Hellenism has suffered greatly for 48 years and has not yet healed,” said the Greek Prime Minister. I mean the attack on Cyprus and the violent division of the island. Two separate states in Cyprus, no one will ever accept” were his words to a standing ovation.

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