Sources: Baseless Turkish Allegations “Rejected in Their Entirety”

October 22, 2021

ATHENS — “It is at least an oxymoron that a country, which threatens Greece with war if our country exercises its legal rights, which violates our sovereignty and our sovereign rights, as well as those of the Republic of Cyprus, almost daily and which hurls out unacceptable provocative statements and threats, at the same time accuses us of destabilising the Eastern Mediterranean,” diplomatic sources noted on Friday.

“Our country will continue to act with the protection of our national interests and the promotion of security and stability in the wider region as its only yardstick, having as its compass the respect of international law and especially the international law of the sea. We reject in their entirety the baseless Turkish accusations,” the same sources added.


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