Ankara, Turkey – The Turkish foreign ministry issued a statement after the Egypt-Greece-Greek Cypriot Administration (GCA) summit. “We completely reject the declaration issued at the end of the Egypt-Greece-GCA summit in Cyprus, which contains baseless accusations and allegations against our country, as is now customary from previous meetings of this trio,” the foreign ministry said in a statement.
The Turkish foreign ministry announced that they completely rejected the statement, which was released after the Egypt-Greece-Greek Cypriot Administration (GCA) summit, containing unfounded accusations and allegations against Turkey.
The Turkish foreign ministry issued a written statement at the end of the Egypt-Greece-GCA summit in Cyprus. “As is now customary from the previous meetings of this trio, we completely reject the statement containing unfounded accusations and allegations against our country. The fact that the declarations published by this tripartite formation, which are claimed to be aimed at’ supporting peace, stability and cooperation in the Eastern Mediterranean’, target our country every time, reveals the main intentions of these countries,” it was said.
“The countries that create the problems in the region cannot be the solution to the problems unless they change their maximalist and hostile policies. We will continue to resolutely protect both our own rights and the rights of the Turkish Cypriots in the Eastern Mediterranean,” the statement said.
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, Leader of the Southern Cyprus Nikos Anastasiadis and Egyptian President Abdul Fattah el-Sisi held a meeting in the Greek Cypriot part of Turkey yesterday.
“The timing of this trilateral meeting, unfortunately, coincided with additional risks caused by Turkey in the Eastern Mediterranean, ” the Greek Prime Minister said after the meeting. They are engaged in Imperial fantasies involving aggressive actions from Syria to Libya, Somalia to Cyprus, the Aegean to the Caucasus,” he claimed. Other members of the meeting agreed, Mitsotakis said.