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Erdogan threatens to leave NATO, which is why heated conflict between Greece and Turkey could provoke a major war in the region

Erdogan threatens to leave NATO, which is why heated conflict between Greece and

What we actually have to accept, and that is a fact, is that the Russian occupation of Ukraine has given NATO a feeling, a new purpose and unity. But apparently someone forgot to say such a thing to Recep Tayyip Erdogan. During his departure for the NATO Summit in Madrid, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan yesterday made strong statements against Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis. He stressed that Turkey's doors remain closed to Greece, as he questioned whether NATO would afford to remove Turkey from the Euro-Atlantic Alliance. "It is not possible for me to have a bilateral meeting with Mr. Mitsotakis. We had planned a high-level strategic meeting with Greece, but I canceled it. It can no longer be done, it is over. "We closed this door," Erdogan said. "The most important power is Turkey. Can NATO afford to lose a power like Turkey? Turkey has consistently used its power for NATO. "We are determined to continue this irreconcilable course," Erdogan said. "What did NATO do to fight terrorism when thousands of trucks of weapons were given to terrorists?" The trucks have come from the US. We will say it again in our meeting. How is it possible for two countries to be side by side and within NATO and give weapons to terrorists? You said that they are given in Greece with the intention of Russia. I mean against whom are these weapons used? We know them very well now. We will bring them to the fore. "Where did FETÖ take refuge in Greece, which attempted the coup?" Erdogan said. "What did NATO do to fight terrorism when thousands of trucks of weapons were given to terrorists?" The trucks have come from the US. We will say it again in our meeting. How is it possible for two countries to be side by side and within NATO and give weapons to terrorists? You said that they are given in Greece with the intention of Russia. I mean against whom are these weapons used? We know them very well now. We will bring them to the fore. "Where did FETÖ take refuge in Greece, which attempted the coup?" Erdogan said. "What did NATO do to fight terrorism when thousands of trucks of weapons were given to terrorists?" The trucks have come from the US. We will say it again in our meeting. How is it possible for two countries to be side by side and within NATO and give weapons to terrorists? You said that they are given in Greece with the intention of Russia. I mean against whom are these weapons used? We know them very well now. We will bring them to the fore. "Where did FETÖ take refuge in Greece, which attempted the coup?" Erdogan said. We will bring them to the fore. "Where did FETÖ take refuge in Greece, which attempted the coup?" Erdogan said. We will bring them to the fore. "Where did FETÖ take refuge in Greece, which attempted the coup?" Erdogan said.

Turkey threatens to leave NATO

Over the past month, Erdogan has blocked NATO enlargement, warned of a new offensive against US-backed Kurdish fighters in Syria, and fueled tensions with Greece, also a member of the alliance. Some experts, in the West, but also in Turkey, are again debating whether NATO and Turkey should follow different directions. This time they are not alone. "Leaving NATO should be on the agenda as an alternative," said recently Devlet Bahçeli, leader of a nationalist party in Erdogan's coalition. We did not exist because of NATO and we will not lose without NATO. Already, 65% of Turks do not trust NATO, according to a recent poll. Never say never. None of this provides for punishment for relations between Turkey and NATO. Western countries will try to work around Turkey's veto by giving Finland and Sweden security guarantees. This could set Turkey aside within the alliance. But its departure or expulsion from NATO is still a fantasy. Turkey is on the front lines of the war in Syria and close to other conflicts in the Middle East; it controls entry into the Black Sea, which has been a key point in all of recent Russian wars and serves as a corridor for trade between Central Asia and Europe, particularly in energy, said Ben Hodges, a former U.S. military commander. in Europe. "I do not even want to think of NATO without Turkey," he said. Turkey is on the front lines of the war in Syria and close to other conflicts in the Middle East; it controls entry into the Black Sea, which has been a key point in all of recent Russian wars and serves as a corridor for trade between Central Asia and Europe, particularly in energy, said Ben Hodges, a former U.S. military commander. in Europe. "I do not even want to think of NATO without Turkey," he said. Turkey is on the front lines of the war in Syria and close to other conflicts in the Middle East; it controls entry into the Black Sea, which has been a key point in all of recent Russian wars and serves as a corridor for trade between Central Asia and Europe, particularly in energy, said Ben Hodges, a former U.S. military commander. in Europe. "I do not even want to think of NATO without Turkey," he said.

Një luftë me Greqinë shumë afër

Presidenti turk Rexhep Tajip Erdogan paralajmëroi së fundmi Greqinë të çmilitarizonte ishujt në detin Egje, duke thënë se ai “nuk po bën shaka” me paralajmërimin. Turqia thotë se Greqia ka ndërtuar një prani ushtarake në kundërshtim me traktatet që garantojnë statusin e paarmatosur të ishujve të Egjeut. Ai argumenton se ishujt iu dorëzuan Greqisë me kusht që të mbeten të çmilitarizuar. “Ne e ftojmë Greqinë të ndalojë armatosjen e ishujve që kanë status jo-ushtarak dhe të veprojë në përputhje me marrëveshjet ndërkombëtare”, tha Erdogan në ditën e fundit të stërvitjeve ushtarake që po zhvillohen pranë Izmirit, në bregdetin e Egjeut të Turqisë.  “Nuk po bëj shaka, po flas seriozisht. Ky komb është i vendosur.” Ne paralajmërojmë Greqinë të qëndrojë larg ëndrrave dhe veprimeve për të cilat do të pendohet dhe të vijë në vete”, vazhdoi lideri turk.  “Turqia nuk do të heqë dorë nga të drejtat e saj në Egje, në të njëjtën mënyrë që nuk do të tërhiqet nga përdorimi i të drejtave të saj që rrjedhin nga marrëveshja ndërkombëtare”.