For Greece, there are no grey areas in the Aegean, Alternate Defence Min says
“For Greece, there are no grey areas in the Aegean; everything is cleared out in the international treaties and under these treaties we organize our strategy,” Alternate Defence Minister Dimitris Vitsas on Friday (13/01/2017) said in an interview with the Athens-Macedonian News Agency’s (ANA) radio station Praktoreio 104.9 FM.
He added that the government and the competent ministry will comment on the statement of the Turkish Foreign ministry.
However, he pointed out that while talks on this issue are underway in Geneva, such announcements do not help.
Asked on the developments on the Cyprus issue, he said that a positive step has been taken. “I never believed that everything could be solved in the first meeting,” he stressed and reiterated that it is a European and international issue.
Moreover, he claimed that there is no fourth memorandum. “Greece has met all its commitments at technical level,” he said adding that the other side needs to do the same.
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