Greek Prime Minister Kiryakos Miçotakis stated that he will meet with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, “There will be a meeting because we need to talk. I believe the meeting will not be delayed.” said.
Miçotakis made evaluations on Turkish-Greek relations in an interview he gave to a private television channel.
Asked about his meeting with President Erdogan, Miçotakis said, “I will meet with Erdogan. I am not in a position to say when this will happen. There will be a meeting because we need to talk. I believe the meeting will not be delayed.” gave the answer.
Miçotakis, the only framework for the solution of problems between the two countries, arguing that international law, “Turkish-Greek relations now that their return to Turkey-EU relations,” he suggested.
The two countries are clear differences between, but with including Turkey “modus vivendi” (life style) that records would wish to Miçotakis, Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias will head’s visit to Ankara “flawless,” he asserted.
Miçotakis, Dendias will head to address the issues related to the shape and said dialogue process with Turkey:
“Public debate is perhaps rare, but it can also be beneficial because friendship is another exchange. We want nothing but international law in our international relations. Nobody’s purpose was to fight. and the dialogue is not interrupted. “