PASOK-KINAL on Mitsotakis’ Meeting with US President Biden

ATHENS – Opposition PASOK-KINAL, in a comment on Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’ meeting with US President Joe Biden in Washington, on Tuesday underlined that the priority of the visit should be “to get a clear pledge that there will be no ‘reward’ of new armaments for Turkey, which is behaving as international troublemaker that does not respect the principles of good neighourly relations, international treaties in the Mediterranean or human rights in its interior, and was now bargaining in the midst of a geopolitical crisis with the efforts of EU member-states to feel secure.”

The same announcement pointed out that “Mitsotakis’ announcement of a new expensive armaments programme with the acquisition of an F-35 squadron, should not make this priority come second”.


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