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Turkey left the abstinence and remembered the threats

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Turkey left the abstinence and remembered the threats

Turkey will continue to protect its sovereign rights in the Eastern Mediterranean, the Aegean and Cyprus, the National Security Council said shortly after its meeting under Recep Tayyip Erdogan. In this way she put aside her abstinence and remembered the threats against her neighboring countries.

Moreover, the circle of contacts with European officials has closed in a positive way for Turkey as the EU has shown that at this stage there is no disposition for any measures. At the same time, he seems to have been convinced enough of his good intentions for a dialogue with Greece but also to contribute to the solution of the Cyprus problem.

The next crucial European appointment for Turkey is in March. Something that leaves her a month of “free field” to return to her agenda warnings and threats against its neighboring countries. A mood that may consider that it will help her in view of the informal meeting on Cyprus in early March.

A statement issued after the meeting of the Turkish National Security Council said that Ankara “will continue to resolutely defend its rights in the Eastern Mediterranean, the Aegean and Cyprus”, stressing that “these rights are a matter of international law”.

Following its popular tactics, Ankara accompanied the threats with messages of goodwill: “Turkey will continue to fulfill its obligations for peace. “Turkey will support diplomacy and dialogue at every level in order to resolve the problems related to the Aegean, the Eastern Mediterranean and Cyprus.”

The Turkish Armed Forces also dealt with the situation in Syria and called on foreign forces to “fulfill their responsibilities” to clear the area south of the Turkish border of terrorist groups.

Source: www.philenews.com

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