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A tweet from the Indian Embassy in Ankara for Greece was enough to spark the “outrage” of Turks

The Indian embassy in Ankara “trolled” Turkey after the communication of Indian Foreign Minister, Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, with his Greek counterpart, Nikos Dendias, as the Indian embassy tweeted the Greek and Indian flags shaking hands in order to show the excellent cooperation between the two countries.

A tweet from the Indian Embassy in Ankara for Greece was enough to spark the "outrage" of Turks
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Many Turks commented on the tweet post of the Indian embassy in Ankara showing the outrage this post made in Turkey.

One even wrote that it was like the Indian embassy in China congratulating Taiwan.

It is noted that on Tuesday, the Foreign Ministers of Greece and India had a telephone conversation during which the Indian Foreign Minister,Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, invited Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias to visit India.

According to a relevant announcement, the two Foreign Ministers examined the rapidly growing spectrum of Greek-Indian relations.

Something which is as we see also proved by Indian Embassy in Ankara.

The expansion of cooperation with India would be a very positive step for Greece and would simultaneously act as a “response” to the “axis” of Turkey – Pakistan. Pakistan is a long-time rival of India, and the two countries have repeatedly come into armed conflict, mainly over the Kashmir region on the border between the two countries.

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