Erdogan Warns Greece Turkish Missiles Can Reach Athens
Further escalating Turkish rhetoric against Greece, on Sunday, Erdogan warned that Turkish missiles could hit Athens if its neighbor doesn't "stay calm." “Now we have started to make our own missiles,” the Turkish President said during a speech on Sunday...
Turkey Threatens Greece to Do “What is Necessary” in the Aegean
On tuesday, Turkey threatened Greece that it "will do what is necessary" if Athens refuses to demilitarize the Aegean islands. The new threat was expressed by Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu. “Greece continues its provocations," he said at a joint press...
Turkey Sees Dialogue Channels with Greece “More Open Than Ever”
Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said Sunday that dialogue channels between Turkey and Greece are more open today than ever before. Speaking to the Political, Economic and Social Research Foundation (SETA) think-tank based in the Turkish capital Ankara, Cavusoglu evaluated...
Turkey’s Foreign Chief Accuses Greek Counterpart of “Crying Like a Kid”
Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said that Greece's Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias is “crying like a kid,” during a televised interview on Turkish TV. Using extremely undiplomatic, even rude, language, he said that Greece's top diplomat complains about Turkey at...
Fire-Ravaged Turkey Sends Message of Solidarity to Greece
Turkey, which is still fighting to contain its own massive wildfires, sent a message of solidarity to Greece on Friday. Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu had a phone call with his Greek counterpart Nikos Dendias on Friday afternoon to express...
Libyan Foreign Minister Urges Turkey to Withdraw Fighters
On Monday, the Foreign Minister of Libya, Najla al-Manqoush, called for the departure of all foreign forces and mercenaries from its soil.
Turkey, Turkish Cypriots Insist on Two-State Solution for Cyprus
Turkey endorses the stance of the Turkish Cypriot government for a permanent division of the island into two states during talks in Geneva.
Greece-Turkey Dispute Has Helped Big Powers Sell Arms — for Decades!
Greece and Turkey are among the best arms buyers in the world and their historic rivalry has helped enrich the defense industries in the West
Canada Cancels Drone Technology Export Permits to Turkey
Canada is canceling its export permits for drone technology to Turkey after drones were used in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
Secretary of State Blinken Blames PKK for Deaths of Turkish Hostages
In a quick turnaround of diplomacy, the new US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, acknowledged late on Monday that the Kurdish separatist group PKK was indeed responsible for the recent killings of 13 Turkish nationals in a cave in...
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