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The presidential elections to be held in Turkey on May 14 frequently make headlines in Greece.

Ahead of the May 14 elections, statements by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan were often included in the headlines of Greek newspapers. Speaking about a program in the past days, the Greek agencies, which bore Erdogan’s words “Turkey turns into a nuclear power” in their headlines, mentioned that President Erdogan’s next goal is to build a larger aircraft carrier and say that they want to become “a nation worthy of Barbaros Hayreddin Pasha.” .

The agenda of Kathimerini, one of today’s leading Greek newspapers, was the statements made by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on the program last night.

“Turkey is turning into a nuclear power,” said the newspaper, which headed the words of President Erdogan, “In addition to the Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant, a second power plant will be established in Turkey in cooperation with China or Japan.”

The newspaper, which also included President Erdoğan’s remarks regarding the Turkish fleet, confirmed President Erdoğan’s next goal by saying: “Mr.

President Erdogan’s remarks were also on the agenda of “Proto Thema”. The newspaper also noted that President Erdogan promised an aircraft carrier twice the size of the TCG Anadolu.

In addition, Erdogan was also reported to have said that “the Turks deserve the descendants of Barbaros Hayreddin Pasha, Admiral of the Ottoman Navy.”

President Erdogan said, “I am talking with the British to build two decks of this ship. In other words, we will expand our aircraft carrier in order to increase our power in the seas. Barbarossa’s descendants will show their strength to Barbaross,” he said.

Türkiye, on the other hand, has an agenda to jointly build a submarine with the UK. Recently, this situation has been making very busy global headlines.

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