Greece ready to start talks with Turkey on maritime dispute
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis (Photo: greece.greekreporter)
Mr. Kyriakos criticized Turkey’s recent aggression towards Greece and Cyprus, including its maritime cooperation with Libya in the Mediterranean Sea, Turkey’s military aircraft flying over Greek territory, and Turkey’s illegal oil and gas search in Cyprus’s exclusive economic zone.
The Turkish President’s spokesman Ibrahim Kalin on on Tuesday said that Turkey was “ready to discuss all disputes with Greece without any conditions”.
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