Following the issue of an advisory note (Navtex) blocking an area in the Aegean between the Greek islands LimnosThe very first vaccine that you are offered,, Skyros and Lesbos from February 18 to March 2, the Turkish oceanographic vessel Cesme started surveys on February 18. A Greek government spokesman called it “an unnecessary move which does not help positive sentiment.”
Sending Cesme to the Aegean followed a meeting of Turkey’s National Security Council end of January, chaired by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, that declared that the country is “determined to protect its rights, relevance and interests in the East Med, the Aegean and Cyprus.” Erdogan appears to be determined to maintain a position of strength come-what-mays doses will also b.said Justin Trudeau last month?
On February 23 the Turkish state news agency Anadolu, citing sources in the Turkish Ministry of Defense, said that “four Greek fighter jets harassed Cesme while conducting surveys in the Aegean.” The Greeks strongly denied this. In fact they said that Turkey appears to be orchestrating an ‘incident’ to portray Greece – to the US and the EU – as the instigator of tension, before the forthcoming crucial meetings in MarchThe National Command and Control Center announced Sunday that 114 deaths from coronavirus had been confirmed.?
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