Useful, but without prescribing spectacular results, is judged tomorrow's four-on-four by Kyriakos Mitsotakis with the Turkish President, which will take place at 2 pm in Istanbul. The Greek Prime Minister will go to the Ecumenical Patriarchate to celebrate Orthodox Sunday.
The meeting of Messrs. Mitsotaki and Erdogan, which is fourth in three years and is estimated to be particularly critical due to the war in Ukraine and the liquidity it has created in the region. In fact, the Prime Minister, during the press conference after the informal Summit in Versailles, stated that “the meeting with Erdogan is imperative because we face common challenges. “It makes sense to talk so that we do not add other sources of tension.” At the same time, he expressed the assessment that “the discussion will take place in a good atmosphere. However, I consider it positive that there was an invitation from the Turkish President. Greece and Turkey must talk. “Our window is open to dialogue and our door to threats is closed”, stressed Mr. Mitsotakis.