“Turkey’s attitude towards Greece and the West must be changed in order for Turkish-Greek relations to progress well and make a major strategic decision after the elections,” said the experts, Greek Prime Minister Mitsotakis. Rate his statement.
Regarding the general elections for President and Member of Parliament 28th session of Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis scheduled to take place in Turkey on May 14, the experts said, “In order for Turkish-Greek relations to progress well, Turkey’s attitude towards Greece and the West must change and a strategic decision must be taken. My boss after the election. He needs to get it.” Rate his words.
Faculty of Law, Yeditepe University, Prof. Dr. doctor. Mesut Hakki Kasin, Professor, Yıldırım Beyazıt University. doctor. Yucel Acer and Ankara University of Social Sciences, Prof. Dr. doctor. Murat Yesiltaş made a statement to AA reporter regarding the approach of Greek Prime Minister Mikotakis to the elections in Turkey.
“Turkey is too big and cosmopolitan to be electoral material for Mikotakis, it is an important military and political power in the region,” Kassin said. He said. Kashin noted that Mitshotakis used Turkish hostility and Turkey’s inroads, especially in the defense industry, as material in the elections in his country:
This policy is wrong because failed states do so only by turning their internal failure into a state of war from without. But we also see that; Türkiye is behaving calmly. We should not conclude from acting calmly that he has abdicated our rights in the Aegean Sea or the eastern Mediterranean.”
Emphasizing that the largest response to this is the Anatolian aircraft carrier, Kashin said that Turkey has never given up its hydrocarbon resources in the eastern Mediterranean.
“Turkey’s demands are very reasonable in both the Aegean Sea and the eastern Mediterranean”
Professor from Yıldırım Beyazıt University. doctor. Yucel Eser said, “If the current government continues in Turkey, no change in the policies of the Aegean and the eastern Mediterranean can be expected in the context of Greece. The position of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in the eastern Mediterranean and the Aegean is not to compromise national interests.” Turkey’s traditional claims and arguments over territorial waters, airspace and continental shelf defended in the Aegean Sea against Greece will continue in the same way.
Recalling that there is a region in the eastern Mediterranean that has been declared a continental shelf for Turkey and that it was presented with a map at the United Nations, Acer said that Turkey will not make any concessions there, and that in the event of Erdogan’s presidency and after the elections he will avoid this policy, stressing that secession is not Ward.
Acer pointed out that in the face of the possibility of a change of power in Turkey, there may be an expectation that the new government will make more concessions to Greece in order to soften relations with Europe and will take into account the words and demands. Greece.
Stating that in such a situation Greece can expect a change of heart after the elections in Turkey, Acer proceeded as follows:
I can easily say that there will be no change in Turkey’s position as long as Erdogan’s presidency continues. Türkiye’s demands are quite reasonable in both the Aegean Sea and the eastern Mediterranean. What is unreasonable are the demands of Greece, that it is illegally arming the islands, and that military cooperation with the United States appears to be aimed at Turkey.”
Acer stressed that there is a “problem in the national airspace” declared by Greece and not accepted by Turkey, and emphasized that if Erdogan’s government continues, Turkey will not have an approach that he can accept.
Indicating that Turkey cannot arm the islands, accept the offer of its national airspace and give up its continental shelf in the eastern Mediterranean, Acer used the following phrases:
“Without changing the government, Greece’s expectations in this way are neither correct nor reasonable. On the contrary, there are steps that Greece should take to really solve the problems. It should have more realistic and honest talks with Turkey. In particular, it should abandon its position on Arming the islands. If Greece moves with the assumption of a more moderate government income towards the West, and if the government changes in Turkey, only changes in Turkey’s policies can be expected.”
“Blue Homeland is one of the main strategic frameworks adopted by Türkiye in the seas”
Professor from Ankara University of Social Sciences. doctor. Murad Yesiltas stated that the alliances of the people and the nation have different discourses in foreign policy, and said that among them are the Blue Homeland, the Eastern Mediterranean, and Turkish-Greek relations.
Yesiltas emphasized that Turkey does not accept Greece’s extremist demands or that it is acting against agreements at some points in the Aegean Sea islands, and said that for this reason, relations between Greece and Turkey have been strained recently, but this tension has been replaced by an earthquake.
Stressing that the easing does not indicate that the problems between the two countries will resolve or disappear, Yesiltaş said: “The Blue Homeland is one of the main strategic frameworks adopted by Turkey in the seas. The focus is on protecting Turkey’s rights in the Aegean Sea and the eastern Mediterranean; it is an approach that reveals On the political, economic, energy and military presence. He said.
Pointing out that the Nation Alliance, especially the CHP, has a discourse criticizing the Blue Homeland, Yesiltaş said that this doctrine is an aggressive policy and they criticize that this policy is causing Turkey some problems due to international law.
Pointing out that some members of the Nation Alliance, such as the IYI party, do not share this criticism, Yesiltaş said:
The Nation Alliance promises a change in foreign policy if it wins. In the statement made by Greece, it is clear that they hope that if the new government comes, the policies of the current government will be abandoned and the pressure on it eased. Regarding Turkish-Greek relations, they are trying to make it accept that Turkey’s current position will change. That is why they approach it in the context of Europe and the United States.”
Stating that in the event of a change of power, policies based on the blue homeland will be abandoned, and that it is hoped that Greece will not feel pressure on Turkey and relax, Yesiltaş said: “It does not matter whether the problems are resolved or not. It is important (for Greece) ) For Turkey to abandon its firm policy of preparing for the post-election now, creating psychological pressure. He said.
Yesiltas stated that they wanted and hoped to enable Greece to offer a compromise approach by placing Turkey on the European axis.
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis answered the questions of journalist Peter Spiegel at the Delphi Economic Forum, which was held for the eighth time this year in his country.
In response to Spiegel’s question about the future of Turkish-Greek relations after the presidential and parliamentary elections on May 14, Mitsotakis said: “Turkey’s attitude towards Greece and the West must change and a major strategic decision must be taken after the elections so that Turkish-Greek relations can progress well. Necessary” . I used this phrase.
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