Erdogan for Mitsotaki: We will do what is necessary with those who see us as enemies

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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has again spoken out against Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’s speech to Congress, criticizing reports he made about Turkey. The Turkish president made these statements to the Turkish Yeni Safak, on his return from his trip to Azerbaijan.

“Mitsotakis is not my interlocutor. I have as my interlocutors people who practice politics in a personal way. You will talk to me, we will have dinner, we will say” let us not put third countries or persons among us “, you will promise that, then 15 “days, you will go to the US, you will speak against Turkey in the US Congress for the applause you will receive there. Sorry, but there is nothing we can do with them (s.s. the Greek Prime Minister)”, he said between among others the Turkish president.

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“There is only one thing to do: We are friends with those who are friends with us, but everyone should know that we will do what is necessary with those who see us as enemies,” Erdogan added.

It remains negative for Sweden and Finland in NATO

Erdogan said that Turkey’s talks last week with the Finnish and Swedish delegations were not at the “expected level” and that Ankara could not say yes to the entry of countries that support “terrorism” into NATO. TRT Haber state radio and television network.

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Turkey has opposed Sweden and Finland joining NATO, and Erdogan reportedly told reporters on his return from a trip to Azerbaijan on Saturday that “they are not honest or sincere”.

“As long as Erdogan is the leader of the Turkish Republic, we certainly can not say ‘yes’ to the entry into NATO of countries that support terrorism,” he said.

Source: Capital

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