Turkish President Erdogan's on-flight statements about his visit to Athens
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan told the press during his return flight from Athens that he proposed to Greece the extension, as he said, of the existing collaboration in the energy sector and nuclear energy.
Mitsotakis-Erdogan meeting to place emphasis on mutually beneficial positive agenda
The Greek government will proceed to the upcoming High Level Cooperation Council with Turkiye with a sincere desire to cooperate, as the consolidation of a positive climate is an important step in Greece's relations with the neighbouring country
Spokesperson on upcoming Erdogan visit for High Cooperation Council meeting in Athens
Asked on the postponement of mayor-elect of Himare and ethnic Greek Fredi Beleri's request to be released, Marinakis insisted that the Greek government will continue to support the rights of the legally elected mayor of Himare and will not stop until all his political rights are respected.
Turkish President Erdogan Hopes for Fresh Beginning in Bilateral Relations with Greece
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan expressed hope for a fresh start in bilateral relations with Greece on Saturday. He stated that he hopes a new era will begin between the two countries and emphasized the need for more friendship and less enmity.
Erdogan announced his upcoming visit to Greece scheduled for December 7th, where he plans to take a win-win approach to discuss bilateral relations and Turkey-EU relations. He stressed the importance of nurturing positive relations given the proximity and intertwined history of the two nations.
Erdogan also mentioned the issue of external influences, pointing out that the US provides military equipment to Greece but not to Turkey. Despite this, he stated that Turkey will not back down and will seek dialogue with its neighboring country.
Erdogan advocated for a diplomatic approach and highlighted the potential for collaboration on mutually beneficial subjects. The Greek-Turkish High-Level Cooperation Council will take place in Athens on December 7th.
During the telephone call, according to the announcement of the prime minister's office, "the two leaders discussed the latest developments following the terrorist attacks by Hamas against Israel and the situation in the Gaza Strip.
Mitsotakis-Erdogan meeting to reaffirm desire for calm in bilateral relations, sources say
Athens expects a meeting between Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan later on Wednesday to confirm a mutual desire for calm in relations between Greece and Turkiye and the prospects for their improvement, diplomatic sources said.
Turkish Media to Kemalist leader Kılıçdaroğlu: "Resign like Tsipras"
As the correspondent of SKAI, Manolis Kostidis, reports from Istanbul, Tsipras was particularly loved by Leftist Turks, while they appreciate the fact that he resigned at the right time, i.e. after a heavy defeat.
Train collision: "Do like the Greeks did and quit," the Turkish opposition tells Erdoğan
The example of Greece and the resignation of the Minister of Infrastructure and Transport, Kostas Karamanlis, following the devastating train collision, was invoked by the opposition in Turkey who are calling on President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan to resign following his handling of the deadly earthquakes.