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The Greek Foreign Minister, Nikos Dendias, was present at the Ministerial Meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the South East European Cooperation Process, where, speaking to journalists, he referred to the increased Turkish provocations.

Greek Foreign Minister spoke on Turkish provocations
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“I think the Greek side has given a clear writing sample. We are not going to contribute with abusive statements, with irregular, illegal, irrational claims with claims beyond the limits of International Law to a constant escalation with Turkey.

“We always look forward to resolving all disputes within the framework of International Law, the International Law of the Sea, with the clear priority of protecting the territorial integrity of all states.” The Greek Foreign Minister stated

“What matters, I think, for Europe, for the world, is to realize that revisions are going nowhere. I think this is the great lesson that emerges from the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

And to be able to communicate on the real basis of the problems, that is, the creation of prosperity and cooperation between peoples. I repeat, Greece it is not going to fuel this escalation of tension with constant statements. We are moving to another perception and another logic, “he added.

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