Greek Prime Minister Mitsotakis stated that he believes that the positive atmosphere in bilateral relations after the earthquakes that struck 11 districts of Kahramanmaraş could lead to an improvement in Turkish-Greek relations.
The Greek Prime Minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, stated that he believes that the positive atmosphere in bilateral relations after the earthquakes that struck 11 provinces, the center of which was the Pazardik and Al-Bustan regions in Kahramanmaraş, could lead to an improvement in Turkish-Greek relations.
Responding to journalists’ questions in Kozani, Mikotakis expressed his satisfaction and pride in the search and rescue teams from Greece, which are saving lives in Turkey.
Mitsotakis noted that Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu made a remark about the statements that there could be an improvement in bilateral relations, adding: “We have differences. (These) can be resolved on the basis of international law and in a way that respects good neighborly relations. In the end, I “I believe in the emotional bond between our peoples, as evidenced by this tragedy. I really believe that perhaps something better can come from this drama of Turkish-Greek relations.” He said.
Stating that he believes the Greek people will continue to support the Turkish people, Mikotakakis stated that Greece will play its role as a neighboring country in the efforts to rebuild the earthquake-affected areas.
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