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Greece’s Communist Party Accuses Mitsotakis of His Relations with Israel

ATHENS — "The New Democracy (ND) government, following the same policy with SYRIZA, is upgrading its economic, business and military cooperation with the state of Israel, that is a terrorist state. The claim that this is how the country's sovereign rights are enshrined is not only unconstitutional, but is also refuted by reality itself," communist party (KKE) said in a statement on Wednesday.

"It is characteristic that Israel does not explicitly condemn the non-existent Turkish-Libyan agreement, while previous maritime arrangements between Israel and the Republic of Cyprus did not at all prevent Turkish provocations in the Eastern Mediterranean," the statement added.

KKE underlined that "all Greek-Israeli talks focused on arrangements being made under the auspices of the US-NATO alliance, with the bourgeoisie of the two countries winning and the peoples experiencing the heavy consequences of the imperialist competition."

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