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“Turkey may enter a period of great turmoil – Erdogan or Kilicdaroglu: What the West wants, what Greece wants”

“Turkey may enter a period of great turmoil – Erdogan or Kilicdaroglu: What the West wants, what Greece wants”

The elections in Turkey are really crucial. The country of Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Kemal Kilicdaroglu is at a crossroads. On Sunday, May 14, a political battle of two different worlds will take place. The result will not only determine the next day inside Turkey but will directly affect Greece – as well as the overall picture in the eastern Mediterranean and of course the relations of our neighbors with the West. What’s in it for us? The defiant but possibly predictable Erdogan or the uncharted waters that Kilicdaroglu’s arrival will bring? Ioannis Valinakis was in the Newsbeast studio and analyzed the situation in Turkey while we are in the final stretch for the polls. Erdogan or Kilicdaroglu? “It’s like having two seas in front of you,” says the former deputy foreign minister. “One sea is full of reefs, mines and sharks and the other is… unknown. Where will you go; Instinctively I would say, you will go where you say “maybe […]
Source: News Beast