Ankara launched a new attack against Greece, spearheaded by Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu who described the Greece as "shameless", while with too much audacity he spoke of fake news regarding the photos of the 92 naked migrants in Evros.
Pulling the rope again, Cavusoglu launched an attack on Athens, claiming: "It is known that it violates International Law and slanders Turkey."
History was once again invoked by the Turkish foreign minister to build his grandiose vision.
"Turkey has once again become the centre of international geopolitical interest, as has been the case throughout history. We are in a pivotal position where we connect East to West, North to South, in energy, trade and transportation," Çavuşoğlu said.
He also argued that the importance of the Turkish region for global stability and prosperity has increased amid ongoing global crises, while emphasising that Ankara must present a "strong vision for the future".
"The way to transform our region into a place of stability while increasing the prosperity of our nations is by strengthening our unity. The way to strengthen our unity is to take the right steps at the right time with courage," he further asserted.
At the UN the incident with the 92 naked people in Evros
The Minister of Immigration and Asylum, Notis Mitarachi, harshly criticised Turkey for the shocking incident with the rescue of 92 migrants in Evros by the Greek authorities, who found them naked and abused.
Speaking to SKAI on Monday morning, Mitarachi pointed out that "yet another sad episode was written in Evros, with Turkey in the leading role, again exploiting immigrants, this time 92 people, who were found naked and injured in the Evros".
Continuing, the Minister of Immigration and Asylum noted that he has requested and will see the president of the United Nations General Assembly next Monday and has already informed the UN and the European Commission.
As he said, "I will show the photos, while we have other material, such as videos".