GREEK PRESIDENT PAVLOPOULOS’S REMARKS




Serhat TUNAR -TDO- Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos made statements on the anniversary of the uprising initiated by Greece in 1821 to gain independence from the Ottoman Empire.

In his statement, Pavlopoulos said they send a message to their neighbor Turkey. As Greeks, Pavlopoulos said that they have a history of teaching peace and friendship in unity and solidarity.

Greek leader, referring to Turkey's drilling operations in the Mediterranean, the Greek with the support of NATO and the European Union to comply with international law and European law said what they will do if necessary.

Pavlopoulos, they consider Turkey's accession process to the European Union, he said that Turkey's assume that comply with these laws.

As it is known, during the siege of Tripoli in the Greek War of Independence in 1821, the city of Tripoli was taken over by the Greeks, and Muslims and Jews were massacred.