The Greek energy minister Kostis Hatzidakis accused Turkey on Saturday of resorting to 19th century policies, which have reached a new high point in recent weeks, due to the threat of war over the sea dispute between the two countries.
“The megalomania and narcissism they show across the Aegean are a poor basis for decision-making,” complained Hatzidakis after Turkey had previously openly threatened Greece with a military response in the event of an expansion of territorial waters. Greeks in the Aegean.
Last Wednesday, Greece reached an agreement with Italy to extend Greek territorial waters in the Ionian Sea to Italian territory between 10 and 20 kilometers, following the recent agreements with Italy and Egypt.
“If this is not a cause of war, what is it?” Turkish Vice President Fuat Oktay insisted this Saturday to the official Turkish news agency Anatolia.