The U.S. House of Representatives has signed a resolution that will escalate tensions with Turkey during the week, and the bill that restricts the sale of new F-16 fighter jets and F-16 modernization kits to Turkey, presented by Democrat Chris Pappas and Republican Frank Pallone, who are known for their closeness to the Greek lobby, House of Representatives It was accepted by voting.

While the Greek lobby’s moves against Turkey continued, this time Ta Nea, one of the most widely read newspapers in Greece, made an interesting claim. Ta Nea newspaper wrote that Turkey wanted to buy Rafale warplanes from France. According to the news, SAMP/T air defense systems were discussed in the meeting between President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and French leader Emmanuel Macron at the weekend.

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The Greek press wrote that Turkey is in talks with France to purchase the Rafale warplanes, which Greece also bought. However, Turkey did not make any statement on the subject.

Ta Nea also wrote in the same news that M1117 armored vehicles donated to Greece by the US army were delivered to the Greek army in the port of Thessaloniki. Thus, the number of armored vehicles that will be deployed on the banks of the Meriç River on the Turkish border has reached 174.


On the other hand, it was announced that Greek Defense Minister Nikos Panagiotopoulos will visit the US capital, Washington, today. Greece-based Kathimerini newspaper stated that Panagiotopoulos plans to further increase the already high military cooperation with the United States, while it was announced that the two would also discuss the purchase of F-35s.

Another remarkable headline in the Greek press came from the newspaper Kathimerini. Newspaper, Kathimerini newspaper, Turks also claim kokoreç: In the news it published with the headline: We will not leave kokoreç in the hands of the Greeks, he emphasized that the political tension is also reflected in the kitchen. The newspaper, referring to a news published in the Turkish media, stated that baklava, cacık and kokoreç could not be shared after the imam fainted.

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