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Erdogan Αccuses Greece of “Οngoing Εscalation with Turkey”

November 5, 2022

ANKARA – Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused Greece of ongoing escalation, during his meeting with visiting NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in Istanbul on Friday, Anadolu News Agency said.

According to Anadolu, Erdogan told the NATO chief that “Greece is responsible for ongoing escalation with Turkey,” underlining that “it would be useful to encourage Athens to engage in dialogue with Ankara.”

The two discussed the war on Ukraine, provocations from Greece, and the trilateral memorandum Turkey signed with Finland and Sweden in Madrid in June, a statement of the Turkish presidency said.

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