The reality cannot be disputed: Turkey in the Middle East crisis is talking to everyone and Greece is talking to Turkey as if we have become its province! The foreign policy of the Mitsotakis government has on the one hand given land, water and air to the allies for every military operation in the region and has accepted to play the role of accomplice! Mr. Mitstotakis will also invoke the 41% for this, as he did with too much arrogance in the Parliament regarding the wiretapping scandal.
According to what the state-run Athens News Agency reports:
Telephone communication of the Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan with his counterparts from Jordan and Saudi Arabia regarding the developments in the Gaza Strip
Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan discussed today the developments in the Gaza Strip with the foreign ministers of Jordan and Saudi Arabia.
A statement issued by the Turkish Foreign Ministry said that Fidan had a telephone conversation with his Jordanian counterpart Ayman al-Safadi and Saudi Prince Faisal bin Farhan, with whom he discussed the steps that can be taken in order to have as much as possible soonest ceasefire and lasting peace in the region.
Earlier today, Haqqan Fidan welcomed Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian to Ankara, expressing concern over the risk of the war spreading to the wider Middle East region. The two ministers called for the convening of an international conference to avoid regional conflict.
Contact G. Gerapetritis with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkey
A telephone conversation between the Minister of Foreign Affairs Giorgos Gerapetritis and his Turkish counterpart Hakan Fidan took place today.
The preparation of the Supreme Cooperation Council and developments in the Middle East were discussed, according to diplomatic sources.
Suppose that Mr. Gerapetritis is not talking to someone else in the area due to lack of time?
The US Secretary of State will be in Ankara on Sunday, according to Turkish diplomatic sources
US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken is expected in Ankara on Sunday, according to Turkish diplomatic sources.
The visit of the head of American diplomacy is part of his second tour to the Middle East. On Friday, the US Secretary of State will travel to Israel, where he will hold consultations with the Israeli government regarding developments in the war with Hamas.