Greek-Turkish Relations
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Mitsotakis has a lot to do - Erdogan is changing the plans angering Moscow - Is France taking control of Akuyu?

Erdoğan and his tight-lipped regime towards the USA and the EU are implementing a large-scale movement by asking for a special relationship, since the country owes huge amounts, while domestic inflation is running at 80%.

Initially unconfirmed information states that Turkey "allegedly authorized France to control the nuclear reactor that Russia has built in Turkey".

We don't know much more at the moment, we're just waiting for more news and information on the matter, which, if confirmed, will drastically change France-Turkey relations, while also affecting Greece-France relations.

Erdogan, with so many huge problems that threaten the continuation of the existence of his fascist type of regime in the country, restores his relations one by one, all the countries that supported Greece in the past, such as Egypt, Israel, France, UAE, wanting to remove the supports of Greek foreign policy.

At the same time, BILD and a German politician reported on bankrupt Turkey

"Erdogan's Turkey is bankrupt and over-indebted to Russia and the West. Inflation is still around 40 percent (last year up to 80 percent)! Added to this was the devastating earthquake in February.

Erdogan is in great economic and financial trouble. Putin, with whom he flirted for months, is of little use to him and Russia has nothing to offer the Turkish economy," said Brock, a member of the CDU party.

“Erdogan is using the Kremlin leader to create political confusion and increase his value in the West. Russia does not solve a single problem in Turkey," Brock said.

The Germans, knowing the dire situation in Turkey, will seek for their own interests to exploit the situation to the fullest, and this is completely documented and will have ramifications in relations with Greece as well.

Furious with the Turkish invasion, the Russians are preparing their own counterattack

The US has achieved much more than Stockholm's formal NATO membership, which actually works for the alliance.

The main card was Russia and the rallying of all NATO countries against that country.


On this subject, a Russian expert reports: "in recent days, Ankara has diligently turned from Moscow, releasing the leaders of Azov, is in negotiations with the Kiev regime on the construction of a factory in Ukraine for the production of strike UAVs, and prepares military supplies for the needs of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

We should expect further anti-Russian attacks from Ankara.

Thus, unconfirmed information is circulating about the readiness of the Turkish Navy to protect grain convoys.

As we can assume, the Turkish leadership has long since entered the camp of Moscow's ill-wishers, aligning itself with the West.

This is at least due to the fact that it takes more than a year to receive new fighters and upgrade packages for existing aircraft from the United States.

The customs union with the EU will also be a long-term factor, allowing Turkish products to gain access to the hitherto rich European market.

Under these conditions, one can expect an increase in tension for Russia in various areas: in Libya, Syria, the Transcaucasia, the Black Sea, where there are interests of Turkey, with which it was previously possible to negotiate through compromise.

However, instead of a "fragile friendship", Ankara finally chose to go to the camp of the Kremlin's opponents, having achieved the satisfaction of national interests, first from Russia and then from the United States", he concludes.

We think the time has come for the Turks to decide who they will be with, because they cannot be with Russia and the USA, especially at the time when NATO decided to create a force of 300,000 soldiers against Russia.

Any conflict between Russians and Turks we see in Libya, Syria, the Transcaucasia, the Black Sea, will bring about a reaction from the Russian side, and this will not be good for example in the Eastern Mediterranean.

Also, when the US is convinced that the Turks have completely returned to the Western fold, Greece and Cyprus will be the first countries to suffer the consequences of this policy of Ankara, with plenty of pressure on national issues.

A difficult and fluid period in Greek-Turkish relations is coming in the next period, and the good atmosphere maintained by the Turks aims to throw "ashes in the eyes" of American officials, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, who are expecting the slightest friendly Turkish move, in order to give everything in Ankara again.

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