Brussels, Belgium – According to the latest news, NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg said that “good progress” has been made in technical talks between Turkey and Greece. Stoltenberg said after meeting with Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez at NATO headquarters that several meetings have been held so far in the Eastern Mediterranean to prevent unintended incidents and accidents in the air and at sea.
After meeting with Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez at NATO headquarters, Stoltenberg recalled that Turkey and Greece have held several meetings so far to establish separation procedures in the Eastern Mediterranean and to prevent unwanted incidents and accidents in the air and at sea.
“These meetings continue. Good progress has been made., “he said.
Stressing that the meetings were military technical talks, Stoltenberg said they were complementary to Germany’s diplomatic efforts to resolve disputes.
Stoltenberg said that Germany’s efforts yesterday secured an agreement between Turkey and Greece to restart exploratory talks, adding that he was pleased with this and that he would continue to be in close contact with Turkish and Greek leaders.
Greece warning to Nato from President Erdogan
During a meeting with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg today, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that Turkey is behaving with common sense despite all Greece’s incitement. Erdogan warned that the course will develop depending on the steps Greece will take.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg discussed developments in the Eastern Mediterranean, according to information provided by the Communications Directorate.
During the meeting, President Erdogan said that Turkey clearly and clearly stated that it is in favor of reducing tensions and dialogue on the Eastern Mediterranean issue, not only with its rhetoric, but also with its actions.
“The course depends on Greece’s steps”
According to him, Greece has taken all steps to increase tensions in the region, President Erdogan said that Turkey is acting very common sense, and after that it will develop depending on Greece’s steps.
Noting that NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg is making efforts to resolve the crisis in the Eastern Mediterranean, President Erdogan emphasized the importance of NATO solidarity and solidarity with Turkey in this context in solving regional problems.