NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg announced on Thursday that Greece and Turkey agreed to initiate a technical dialogue within the organization in order to reduce the conflict in the Mediterranean and avoid possible incidents in the region.
As NATO reported in a statement, this process is the result of Stoltenberg’s mediation with both allies, who have agreed to set up “mechanisms to reduce military conflict” and “reduce the risk of accidents” in the eastern Mediterranean.
“They are both valuable allies, and NATO is an important platform for consultation on any common security issue. I will continue to work closely with affected allies to resolve the tensions in a spirit of solidarity find. NATO “, emphasized the Secretary General of the Atlantic Alliance.
NATO sources indicate that talks between Greece and Turkey will be bilateral at the Atlantic Alliance headquarters in Brussels and through the organization’s staff.