Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis stated that he believes that Turkey and Greece can find a solution to their problems on the table, and that he does not see a possible war between the two countries.
Mitsotakis, who participated in an interview at the World Economic Forum (WEF) held in Davos, Switzerland, said there has been a great deal of tension between Turkey and Greece over the past three years and that a solution could be found. to problems.
Mitsotakis directed by journalist Fareed Zakaria. The question about whether there is a danger with regard to the island of Meis and whether it will go to war with Turkey, “We will not go to war with Turkey.” Reply.
Arguing that the main problem between Turkey and Greece is the limitation of the areas of maritime jurisdiction in the Aegean Sea and the eastern Mediterranean, Miçotakis said, “We need to be able to sit down with Turkey like reasonable adults and solve our main problem.” He said.
Mitsotakis, claiming that this is a complex problem due to the geographical structure of the Aegean Sea, stated that Greece had concluded an agreement with Italy and Egypt to solve similar problems.
Noting that elections in Greece and Turkey will be held in the near future, Mitsotakis said, “I think there are ways to reduce tensions, work on issues of mutual interest, and agree when we have differences.” He said.
Arguing that even disagreements can be brought up in a civilized manner, Mitsotakis said, “We don’t need to threaten each other, or engage in provocative actions that increase the risk of overflights or other accidents.” Make an evaluation.
Emphasizing that they have spoken with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan several times, Mikotakis said, “Although we went through very difficult times, I do not think that a solution with President Erdogan is impossible.” Use his statements.
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