Greek media focused on the possible meeting between President Erdogan and Greek Prime Minister Mitsotakis at the NATO summit in Vilnius. The Greek media, which put pressure on Mitsotakis with “Turkey”, published a list containing the issues that the two leaders re-elected to power must address.
The eyes of the world are on the NATO Summit to be held in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania.
In the scope of the summit, the bilateral meetings of the leaders will also be closely monitored. Greek media also focused on the possible meeting between President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.
He pressed “Türkiye” to Mitsotakis. He even published a list of topics to be covered at the meeting.
The issues of the exclusive economic zone and the continental shelf come first.
Naming the straits “Turkish Straits” at Turkey’s request comes second on the list.
Claiming that this is in contravention of the Montreux Strait Agreement, the Greek press is asking Miçotakis not to back down from this issue.
Another item on the list is the refugee and migration policies between Europe and Turkey.
Ensuring a fair Migration and Asylum Agreement is a topic Turkey has also mentioned at every opportunity.
The Cyprus problem is one of the important elements that the Greek press wants to put on the table in the possible meeting.
However, no matter how much the positive agenda between the two countries increases, both sides have red lines on the Cyprus issue.
According to Greek media, it was indicated that if possible meetings between Erdogan and Mitsotakis go well, consultations between the two countries could begin.
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