The German newspaper Bild has praised the positive developments in relations between Turkey and Greece in recent days.
The newspaper said: “President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has once again become the best friend of the Greeks. Using the headline “They Can Stop the Refugee Crisis,” it was said that relationships that hadn’t gone well for a while had now left their place in a positive place.
In the news, which officially confirmed that Greece and Turkey are good friends, it was stated that the reflections of this were seen at the NATO summit in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania.
Al-Naba confirmed that the disaster of the earthquake that struck Turkey on February 6 was a turning point for relations between the two countries to restore positive momentum, and Al-Naba said: “The disaster changed everything. Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias became the first senior European official to visit Turkey. Mevlut Cavusoglu embraced his Greek counterpart “. Evaluation has been made.
Al-Naba pointed out the importance of positive relations between the two countries, saying, “This new era affects not only the two countries, but the whole of Europe. You ask why? Because of the migrant crisis.”
After the earthquake, Turkey showed signs of cooperation with Greece on the issue of illegal immigrants, the report said, “While these good intentions extended to the withdrawal of people at the Meriç border, the Turkish Coast Guard stopped dozens of boats before they reached Greek and European waters.” It has been said.
Alexandros Diakopoulos, a former national security adviser to the Greek government, told the newspaper that Turkey’s good intentions were very helpful.
The expert at the Greek Foreign Policy Foundation, George Tsogopoulos, said that if relations between the two countries continue with a positive agenda, a major step will be taken for the European Union in fighting the refugee crisis.
“A common front will be formed and both countries will be able to discuss dealing with the situation in the European Union,” Tzogopoulos said. He said.
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