“Crete the most likely point of conflict”: Scene of tension from the Turkish media

“Crete the most likely point of conflict”: Scene of tension from the Turkish media
“Crete the most likely point of conflict”: Scene of tension from the Turkish media

They continue to create a scene of tension with Greece Turkish media, formulating unimaginable scenarios about nuclear and opening discussions about the “most likely points of conflict» between the two countries.

In her discussion with the military analyst After Yarara CNN Turk presenter, questioned whether nuclear weapons would be placed in Crete, “since the target will be Russia”.

“Crete will be a possible point of conflict. Because the agreement we have signed with Libya is identical at this exact point” the military analyst answers in turn.

In fact, he repeats some of Ankara’s fixed positions, regarding the militarization of the islands and the claim sovereign rights.

“Before the S-300, they went and militarized the islands one by one. First one gun, then two and five. Later one island, two islands, etc. That was not enough for them, they went and claimed sovereign rights to islands whose sovereignty has not been determined,” said the military analyst.

Recently, more and more pro-government media in Turkey have been challenging our country, trying to maintain and dynamit the climate.

A few days ago, Yeni Safak came out with a front page: “Greece wants war” referring to the S-300 issue.

The newspaper even presented two scenarios: either that Greece wants war or that it wants to force Turkey to move the S-400s at beach of Aegean and bring her conflict West with the Turkey.

On the same day, and Aksam it was written that “the Greek radars of the S-300s have one enemy: the Turkish F-16s,” repeating the accusations that Greece has activated the missiles.


The article is in Greek

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