The message of Kyriakos Mitsotakis in Turkish after his speech at the UN

The message of Kyriakos Mitsotakis in Turkish after his speech at the UN
The message of Kyriakos Mitsotakis in Turkish after his speech at the UN

Message to Turkey and the people he wanted to send her Kyriakos Mitsotakis after his speech at its 77th General Assembly UN.

The prime minister with tweets in Turkish on the official page “Prime Minister GR” on Twitter says

“With this message from the United Nations, I would like to address not only the Turkish leaders but also the Turkish people: Greece does not threaten Turkey. We are not the enemy. We are neighbors and we attach great importance to friendly relations between us. I know that the vast majority in our two countries do not want political conflict and enmity. So let’s proceed in a spirit of cooperation and friendship, with mutual respect and in accordance with International Law.”

Earlier, the prime minister recalled that in his previous speeches at the UN General Assembly, he has declared that he is open to dialogue and the resolution of various issues in a manner consistent with international law.

“Turkey is an important NATO member country. It has the capacity to play a constructive role,” he continued, citing as an example the successful agreement on the export of grain from Ukraine.

However, he emphasized that Turkey continues to play a destabilizing role in the Eastern Mediterranean, the Middle East and the Caucasus. It is also the only NATO country that does not have sanctions against Russia.

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