The Greek Permanent Representative to the UN , Maria Theofili , in a letter to the Secretary General of the Organization, rejected in their entirety the unilateral Turkish objections to the militarization of the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean islands, as well as the connection of its regime with Greek sovereignty. For Greece, the Turkish allegations are completely unfounded, unsubstantiated, legally and historically incorrect, according to diplomatic sources.
In a letter sent by the Greek Permanent Representative to the UN to the Secretary-General of this Organization today, Greece underlines that Turkey's unilateral objections to the militarization of the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean islands, as well as the connection of this regime with Greek sovereignty, are completely unfounded, unsupported, as well as legally and historically incorrect.
It is further emphasized that all the arguments contained in a relevant letter from the Turkish Permanent Representative, which was sent to the UN Secretary General a few days ago, are also rejected, as apart from the fact that it is legally and really unfounded, bad faith.
Furthermore, with the letter of the Greek Permanent Representative, the Turkish argument is deconstructed, and at the same time the Turkish illegal and provocative behavior in the wider region is underlined in detail, starting with the casus belli.