Turkey asks Twitter to censor Greek website!
Turkey attempted to censor the Twitter account of a Greek website. According to the e-amyna.com Turkey requested from Twitter the removal of content published on the Greek site’s Twitter account.
Specifically, according to the press release from the Greek website, “a request was submitted to that Τurkish court by the Turkish Armed Forces General Staff, leading to decision Nr. 2018/2443 of the 4th First Instance Court of Ankara (issued on the same day), containing the unsubstantiated allegations of «defamation» of Turkish military personnel killed during the illegal invasion in Syria and «support to the propaganda of the Separatist Terrorist Organization» (in the text: ΒΤÖ: Βölücü Terör Örgütü) by e-Amyna account on Twitter, as well as another account on Facebook.”
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