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Greek Deputy Defense Minister sent a message to Turkey

According to a recent announcement of the Ministry of National Defense of Greece, the Greek Deputy Defense Minister Mr. Nikolaos Hardalias, on Holy Wednesday, April 20, 2022, went to the Greek island of Lesvos, the small islet of Panagia and Oinousses, where he visited the Surveillance Outposts, “PANAGIA” and “OINOUSSON”.

From the port of Oinousses, the Greek Deputy Defense Minister  made the following statement:

Greek Deputy Defense Minister sent a message to Turkey
PHOTO: © Ministry of National Defense of Greece

“Those who ostensibly invoke peace, friendship, cooperation but in practice act as terrorists in the wider region, should know two things clearly. In Greece, we work for peace, for the friendship of peoples, faithful to the Law, but above all else, we prepare together with the (Hellenic) Armed Forces, whenever necessary, to defend our sovereign rights.

From here from Oinousses, from Panagia, from our outposts, happy birthday to all the members of the Armed Forces ” the Greek Deputy Defense Minister said in his statements

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