“On March 13, the prime minister will be in Istanbul, where he will celebrate Orthodox Sunday at the Ecumenical Patriarchate. Afterwards, the Prime Minister will have lunch with the President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, at his invitation, Greek Government Spokesman, Giannis Oikonomou, said today, Tuesday.
The Prime Minister of Greece has stated that he is always open in a meeting with the Turkish president, especially under the conditions created by the Russian invasion of Ukraine . “In this difficult time, the two countries, despite our differences, face common challenges in a number of problems. Challenges that must be addressed in the logic of solving problems and not creating more,” he said initially.
As for the statements of Celik, as protothema.gr wrote from the morning , Maximou keeps the ball low, saying that The AKP's representative is not a government official , hence it has no authority to prejudge the agenda of the two leaders.
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