Ankara — Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said it would be impossible to meet Greek Prime Minister Kiria Kosumitsutakis until Greek leaders “pulled together”.
Historical rivals Turkey and Greece have been at odds with each other on issues such as flying over, the situation of the Aegean islands, Mediterranean borders and hydrocarbon resources, and ethnically divided Cyprus. I did.
Recently, tensions have risen again over the situation in the airspace and the demilitarized zone of the Aegean Sea. Prime Minister Erdogan said Mitsutakis "no longer exists for him" after the Greek Prime Minister urged the United States not to sell Turkish F-16 fighters during a speech in the US Parliament.
"Let him draw himself. Prime Minister Erdogan told reporters on his return flight from the NATO summit in Madrid. (Report by Tuvan Gumrukcu, edited by Jonathan Spicer)