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Earthquake. The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Greece on a visit to Turkey. Talks about improving relations

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Turkey’s Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias paid a visit to the head of Turkish diplomacy Mevlut Cavusoglu. The visit was part of a round called “earthquake diplomacy” between the two troubled allies. – We should not wait for another earthquake to improve our bilateral relations. I hope we will make an effort to resolve our problems through dialogue,” Cavusoglu said as he welcomed Dendias to Antalya on Sunday.

Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, referring to the 1999 earthquakes in Turkey and Greece, after which the two countries rushed to the aid of each other, and a letter he wrote to Time magazine at the time, claiming that the two countries should not wait for another earthquake, said the thought had not lost its relevance.

“Greece will do everything in its power to support Turkey”

He noted that the presence of Dendias in Turkey showed the support and solidarity of the Greek people towards the Turks, underlined the fact that Greece was one of the first countries to contact the Turkish authorities after the earthquake to express its sympathy and willingness to help, including immediately sending rescue teams and humanitarian planes to the earthquake-affected areas.

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“Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has instructed me to convey that Greece will do everything in its power to support Turkey in this difficult time, whether bilaterally or as part of its participation in the European Union,” said Minister Nikos Dendias.

Nikos Dendias and Mevlut CavusogluGREEK FOREIGN MINISTRY

He thanked Cavusoglu for the very warm words regarding the efforts of the Greek rescuers and the Greek presence in the deadly earthquake zone and fully supported Cavusoglu’s statement that “we don’t have to wait for natural disasters to improve our relations.”


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