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Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis in the UAE on November 18, 2020.

Greece and the UAE sign mutual defense clause

The mutual defense clause between Greece and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in case either country is threatened, is perhaps the most important result of the visit of Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis…

Nikos Dendias

Dendias: Germany’s soft approach to Turkey has failed

Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias spoke of Germany’s soft approach to Turkey in an interview, saying that such a policy had failed. Dendias, in an interview in the Sunday edition of German…

Ghost of Famagusta by Andreas C Chrysafis. varosha varoshia

Varoshia and Political Ineptitude!

Varoshia and Political Ineptitude! The political heat is on – and it’s blazing hot! During the EU’s Special Foreign Affairs Summit in Brussels (October 1st – 2nd) both Cyprus and Greece have…

Erdogan counters NATO again as Turkey releases new navtex 3

Erdogan counters NATO again as Turkey releases new navtex

Only a couple of hours after NATO Secretary General  Jens Stoltenberg announced that Greece and Turkey had canceled their military drills on their respective National Days, Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has…

Turkey extends Oruç Reis' activities until October 27

Turkey extends Oruç Reis’ activities until October 27

Turkey issued a new Navigation Telex (NAVTEX) to extend the Oruç Reis seismic research vessel’s activities until October 27. Oruç Reis is accompanied by the Ataman and Cengiz Han. The previous NAVTEX…

Italian Admiral Ferdinando Sanfelice di Monteforte

Italian Admiral: Greece is unwilling to find compromises with Turkey

Military expert and professor of strategic studies, Admiral Ferdinando Sanfelice di Monteforte, said Turkish President Recep Tayyip “Erdoğan is losing consensus internally and is putting the economy in crisis. The Admiral also…

Five countries blocked EU sanctions against Turkey 4

Five countries blocked EU sanctions against Turkey

The EU leaders’ summit on Friday did not bode well for Greece, especially as five countries are blocking sanctions against Turkey. More precisely, it had a worse ending than the previous Summit…

Velopoulos: I would sink Turkish ships if I were Prime Minister 6

Velopoulos: I would sink Turkish ships if I were Prime Minister

Kyriakos Velopoulos, party leader of Hellenic Solution, claims that the Greek government is responsible for not imposing sanctions on Turkey and that he would have sunk the Turkish ships violating Greece’s continental…

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