Erdogan v. Greece: You will suffer what your ancestors did 100 years ago

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has once again embarked on a new crescent of provocations, launching new personal attacks against Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.

The Turkish president was in the city of Van on Sunday afternoon and accused Mr. Mitsotakis of not observing what they agreed on at the meeting they had in Istanbul.

Specifically, he said that they spoke like men and agreed that they would not make statements against each other and then, launching new threats to Greece, he stated that “you will suffer what your ancestors did 100 years ago”.
“I hosted you and offered you food, we agreed to talk without third parties, but after 15 days you went to the USA and spoke against us and about the F-16… We do not miss these Mitsotakis. “The magic of this people does not hurt like this… When 100 years ago your ancestors went to do this, you know what happened to them, do not suffer the same…”, were the words of Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

“My government partner Bahceli and I went to EFES 2022. We sent a message somewhere, you know where, and it seems that they understood it,” he said. At the same time, referring once again to the American bases in Greece, he stressed that “you open bases and say that it is against Russia; you are all lying”.

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