Turkish analyst: “We must act militarily against Greece – As with the Kurds in Syria” – WarNews247


The Aegean dispute is a set of interrelated controversies between Greece and Turkey over sovereignty and related rights in the region of the Aegean Sea. This set of conflicts has strongly affected Greek-Turkish relations since the 1970s, and has twice led to crises coming close to the outbreak of military hostilities, in 1987 and in early 1996.

A Turkish analyst suggests that Turkey take military action against Greece, despite any reactions, speaking to a Turkish television station.

“He can not allow them”

Abdullah Agar, a military analyst, military expert and lecturer at Bahseşehir University, told CNNturk about the equipment of the Greek islands (video, below, time 4:24), according to tourkikanea.gr :

“If Greece continues to develop it like this and continues its violations, Turkey can not allow these. “Now at this point, it’s like it… There is a situation that’s like the ‘Source of Peace’ military operation that took place against the will of the United States (meaning the operation against the Kurds in Syria),” says Agar.

He adds that “there are no terrorists against you but a NATO member country. Now the kinds of choices and measures you will take will have important consequences. “Because it will be a very big split within NATO and a war within NATO.”

“He does not change his mind”
” On the other hand, there will also be many consequences, such as that Turkey will face the United States and other countries,” he said.

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