“The country has not only a strong deterrent force, but also strong allies,” said Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, in an interview with ERT and journalist George Kouvaras.
Speaking from the Acropolis Museum on the show “In the center”, which will be shown at 23:00, Mr. Mitsotakis referred to Greek-Turkish, emphasizing that Greeks can feel safe, while stressing that, inevitably, at some point he will meet with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
“At some point we will meet lawfully, we must meet, we must discuss, and as I said to President Erdogan himself, we must be able to agree that we disagree,” he said. He emphasized that the decision was not a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into Turkey, but sought to justify military action, saying “for almost three years now we have been in a difficult situation.”
At the same time, according to an excerpt shown on ERT’s main news bulletin and referring to the issue of accuracy, the prime minister announces interventions in gasoline, which will be announced next week.
The intervention will concern the coming months, is the message of the prime minister, explaining that “the way we have acted so far, gives the outline of how we will move from now on”.
Source: First Issue