The Greek newspaper Kathimerini made a scandalous appeal to the European Union. He demanded the imposition of punishment on Turkish Airlines and Pegasus Airlines.
According to the news in AirportHaber, the Greek newspaper Kathimerini, which published analysis like a confession after the NATO summit, argued that NATO acquiesced to Turkey. The newspaper, which made a scandalous call to the European Union, demanded sanctions against Turkish Airlines and other Turkish airlines.
The echoes of the NATO summit, which is seen as the most important meeting in 2023, are still going on.
The Greek newspaper Kathimerini, which focused on Türkiye’s initiatives, drew attention to Turkey’s influence.
The following statements are included in the article signed by Michael Rubin;
For the first time in its documents, NATO accepted Turkey’s designation of terrorism for organizations that neither NATO nor Europe considers terrorist.
The article also included scandalous statements about Türkiye.
Claiming that the EU should toughen its policy towards Turkey on the Cyprus issue, Rubin accused Turkey of blackmailing the EU.
“Stop Turkish Airlines and Pegasus Airlines,” Rubin said, following statements in his article;
Both Turkish Airlines and low-cost Turkish Airlines Pegasus Airlines fly into the tourism trade in Northern Cyprus and seek to capitalize on it. Europe must not allow this.”
Arguing that Turkish Airlines should be punished, the author said, “It is time for Europe to demand it. Either you fly to Europe or you support the occupation of Cyprus, but you don’t do both.”
Source: Article 49
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