Serhat TUNAR -TDO- Greek government spokesman Stelios Petsas made the remarks about changing the status of Hagia Sophia.
Petsas claimed that changing the status of Hagia Sophia was an incitement not only to Greeks and Christians, but to the entire Western and civilized world.
"The conversion of Hagia Sophia into a mosque and the show held there is an incitement not only to Greeks and all Christians, but to the whole western and civilized world. As noted by Greek Prime Minister Kiriakos Micotakis on the celebration of the anniversary of the restoration of democracy in Greece, Turkey's actions are not a sign of strength, but a sign of weakness. They have no power to shade the glitter of the world heritage monument, of course. That is why the condemnation of this action at the world level must continue with strength."
The Greek side also claims that the Friday prayers, held in Hagia Sophia with the participation of President Erdogan and hundreds of thousands of Muslims, are a show aimed at demonstrating the strengthening of Turkey's role in the Sunni world.