The war in Ukraine, revisionism and the threats of Turkey, combined with answers to the immigration issue, as well as the Cyprus issue make up the main points in the Prime Minister’s speech at the UN.
The prime minister’s speech is in progress Kyriakou Mitsotakis at the United Nations General Assembly in New York. The war in Ukraine, revisionism and Turkey’s threats, combined with answers to the immigration issue, as well as the Cyprus issue make up the key points in Kyriakos Mitsotakis’ speech at the UN.
OHE is at a crossroads, a turning point in world history. Our choice is either to act decisively based on our values, or to hesitate with unimaginable consequences. The EU should be proud of its reaction, it supported Ukraine, armed it, imposed sanctions, and the situation is starting to change, Mr. Mitsotakis said. “Russia’s invasion must not succeed,” he pointed out.
“I will continue to insist that there is only one framework of rules for dispute resolution, international law and the international law of the sea. But it does not solve the differences with aggressive behavior and the restoration of imperial fantasies, but also with inflammatory rhetoric,” said the prime minister, speaking at the Council on Foreign Relations.
Among other things, the prime minister said that he himself always sought a constructive relationship with Turkey, and in fact three years ago he had told the Turkish president to make a new beginning.
Then, Mr. Mitsotakis pointed out, Turkey signed an EEZ agreement with Libya that ignores the existence of Greek islands, a geographical paradox.
“Then we have the instrumentalization of immigrants and the questioning of our islands,” he noted.
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