Oktay: “We will challenge the sovereignty of the Aegean islands if they are not disarmed”


New threats from Turkey, through the vice president Fuat Oktay, who in his statements from the occupied Cyprus spoke about the Aegean islands, saying that Turkey will question their sovereignty if they are not demilitarized.

Oktay said that the international community sees the Cyprus issue with Greek Cypriot “glasses” and then stopped at Kyriakos Mitsotakis’ visit to Cyprus.

At that point, Oktay launched his threats, saying: “He is the prime minister of a country that is equipping the Aegean islands in clear violation of international agreements. “If the disarmament of the Aegean islands is not done as soon as possible, we will question the sovereignty of the islands in the context of international law and agreements.”

Mitsotakis: Turkey to listen to the EU and de-escalate the tension

Earlier, Kyriakos Mitsotakis was clear against Turkey once again.

Arriving at the Brussels Summit, the Prime Minister said that he would inform the European Council about the developments in the Eastern Mediterranean, that Athens is fully covered by the draft conclusions and asked Turkey to clearly challenge the sovereignty of our country.

“I really hope that Turkey will listen to the persuasions this time, because only in this way will it be possible to reduce the tension that has been created in the last two months in the Eastern Mediterranean, blaming the neighboring country solely,” he said.

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