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Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Dendias’ statements to journalists on the margins of the 77th UN General Assembly (New York, 20.09.2022)

Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Dendias’ statements to journalists on the margins of the 77th UN General Assembly (New York, 20.09.2022)Turkey’s positions, each time, expand the context in which human logical reasoning is called upon to address.
The country which directly threatens Greece with war. The country which has issued a casus belli. The country which is challenging the Greek sovereignty of the Aegean islands, shows up and speaks of good neighbourly relations.
The country which occupies the territories of foreign countries, including the Republic of Cyprus, shows up and speaks of security and understanding in the Eastern Mediterranean.
What we say in response is that Turkey had better respect International Law and return at least to the realm of logical reasoning as soon as possible.
The country, which is instrumentalizing the migration issue by putting tens of thousands of lives in danger, shows up and accuses Greece even if of crimes against humanity, using, in fact, false facts, which have been answered appropriately ten days ago.
The specific claims of the Turkish side have been heard and answered many times before. First and foremost, Greece is a European country that fully respects human rights, including the rights of the Muslim minority. Besides, the numbers speak for themselves. The Muslim minority in Greece is growing, expanding, and prospering. Turkey had better explain what happened to the Greek minority in Istanbul and how the once thriving minority of over 100,000 has now been reduced to less than 5,000 people. Or as it was once said, Turkey has no right to speak.

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