Panos Kammenos: Daesh is the absolute asymmetrical threat

22 November 2015
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Defence Minister and Independent Greeks (ANEL) leader Panos Kammenos said that France has not asked from Greece anything regarding a possible military operation against the jihadists.

“Greece has traditional binds and relations with countries as Egypt, Israel, UAE, Tunisia and of course Cyprus. At the same time Greece is the only country of the NATO which has excellent relations with Russia. This means that Greece can play a very important role” he noted.

Kammenos called the case of the Islamic State of “better of Daesh as the “absolute asymmetrical threat”. The recent example is what happened in France. Three of the perpetrators were permanent residents of France; others that passed from Greece were identified where in other EU countries were not identified. A new dogma exists that demands the creation of an information network, he said.

On the government majority of 153 deputies (of 300) and the need of an all-party government, Kammenos said “that the majority will stand and will increase. There is not need for a government of national salvation or an all party government. I believe that there will be some deputies that will understand that this government is doing a national work and will support this government.

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