Turkey military in 'cowpoke strategies' against Greece
Greece has blamed Turkey's military for "cowpoke strategies" as pressures ascend between the NATO partners. It comes following a Greek court a week ago obstructed the removal of eight Turkish fighters blamed for inclusion in the fizzled upset in July a year ago. At the time, Ankara said it would audit relations with Greece. On Wednesday, Greece announced mass attacks by Turkish military air ship over the focal and southern Aegean Sea, which protection serve Pano Kammenos marked "cattle rustler tricks".
Turkey's outside clergyman, Mevlut Cavusoglu, revealed to Hurriyet daily paper the nation was acting "sensibly". He stated: "Greece has been doing provocative things for quite a while. "We are carrying on sensibly so there are no pressures with our neighbors. "We know how to give the fundamental reaction, the clergyman's approach isn't new ... on the off chance that the circumstance raises, God disallow, if there is an undesirable mishap, there will be no backpedaling."
Turkey and Greece went to the verge of war in 1996 over the responsibility for islands known as Imia in Greek and Kardak in Turkish. German Chancellor Angela Merkel is meeting with Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday for chats on the relocation bargain. The removal of a sum of around 40 troopers likewise purportedly included in the fizzled upset and who are looking for refuge in Germany is additionally prone to be talked about.