While the tension between Turkey and Greece continued, President Erdogan and his Egyptian counterpart Sisi met in Qatar at the weekend and shook hands after years, became the agenda in Athens.
THEY DECIDED TO MAKE A DIPLOMATIC MOVE
Greece, which has strengthened its alliance with Egypt and made a series of agreements by including Southern Cyprus in recent years, has decided to make a diplomatic move by taking action today after the publication of this square.
THEY WILL MEET WITH THEIR COUNTRIES
The Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced today that three high-level figures will go to Egypt and hold talks in Cairo. In the statement, it was stated that Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias, Defense Minister Nikolaos Panagiotopoulos and Foreign Relations Minister Miltiadis Varvitsiotis will go to Egypt to meet with their counterparts.
“AGREEMENT AGAINST THE BLUE Homeland Doctrine”
In the statement made by the Ministry, it was stated that a series of agreements will be signed between the parties. While it was reported that the defense minister will sign an agreement with his Egyptian counterpart, Mohammed Ahmed Zeki, Ta Nea, one of the most widely read newspapers in Greece, wrote that this agreement is against Turkey’s Blue Homeland doctrine. According to the news in Sözcü, it was stated that the ministers will also meet with their counterparts and the talks will continue between the delegations.