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Mitsotakis for a meeting with Erdogan: “My expectations are measured and realistic”

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Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis referred to his forthcoming meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Istanbul on Sunday, March 13, during today's Cabinet meeting.

Mr. Mitsokis underlined the need to keep the “windows” of the dialogue open, while assuring that he would come to the meeting with the Turkish President with a productive mood and “measured and realistic” expectations.

“My firm position is that the” “The windows of dialogue always remain open, just as our doors remain closed to any threat,” said Mr. Mitsotakis.

“The fact that we disagree does not mean that, especially at this time, we should not talk. In fact, Greece has every reason to seek the debate, as our positions are based on international legitimacy “, noted the Greek Prime Minister.

” My expectations, therefore, are measured and realistic. That is why I am coming to this meeting with the confidence that our substantiated national views offer us “, he added.

As he explained, his trip to Turkey on Sunday is in a productive mood, in the shadow of the developments in Ukraine.

imposed by the international situation. In other words, to keep our region away from any additional geopolitical crisis and of course to align ourselves with the allied spirit which condemns the historical revision and the violation of International Law, but also of the borders “, the Greek Prime Minister pointed out during his visit to Turkey.

On the issue of the energy crisis, Mr. Mitsotakis announced a new program to support businesses, households and farmers affected by rising energy prices, which will be funded by national and European resources.

In this context, the Prime Minister of Greece assured that it is the commitment of the Greek government to continue supporting businesses, households and farmers for as long as the energy crisis lasts. At the same time, he highlighted the need for a pan-European response to the problem, explaining the proposals he has submitted to the President of the European Commission.

extreme conditions, such as the ones we are experiencing now – must take bold radical measures, which will detach geopolitics from the energy crisis. Measures of extraordinary character but also measures of immediate action “, concluded Mr. Mitsotakis.

Source: KYPE

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