Letter to Editor

On France Backing Greece

To the Editor:

Again Turkey in its dispute with Greece has overstepped its current territorial aggression by trying to seize territory not its own, albeit water in this case and not land, but endangering the future of Greek islands. Fortunately France, hopefully the leader in this dispute, has stated firmly that Turkey has acted outside of the law and Greece is the aggrieved party.

Unfortunately, for the future of peace in the Middle East, Turkey has chosen to join Iran and Syria in opposing our allies in the region. With stated support for Hamas and Hezbollah, opposition to the United Arab Emirates for its recognition of Israel and the lowering role in NATO from being a reliable member to its opposition including the purchase of advanced military equipment from Russia, Turkey has cast its future with the rogue states in the region.

Greece stands as the bulwark against Turkish aggression. France has taken the appropriate action.

Nelson Marans

New York, NY


To the Editor:   It is noteworthy that the American Football Conference’s Championship game on January 28, between the Baltimore Ravens and the Kansas City Chiefs included two Greek-American sports luminaries.

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