The account of Turkey and the presence of Tağı Erdoğan at the NATO Summit in Vilnius is made by the Turkish media, which focus their analyzes on what will happen to the F-16s.

As SKAI correspondent Manolis Kostidis reports from Istanbulthe Turks report that as far as fighter jets are concerned, Bob Menendez is the one who will decide their future, while they analyze that in order to give the “green light”, the process of Sweden’s accession to NATO should also be completed.

HaberTurk correspondent Ali Cinar reports: The issue with the F-16s is when the US State Department will send its request to Congress. Will that do it in a week? In a month. But officials comment that this can happen in parallel with the process of Sweden joining NATO and its approval by the Turkish Parliament. We’ll see the schedule. But the first step will be to send the request to Congress. The second step will be to keep the chairman of the House Foreign Relations Committee, Bob Menendez, out of trouble. It is important that Menendez said that he is in contact with Biden. He did not say, “I am negative.” That was positive. What we understand, within 3-4 months the issue of F-16s, we will see how it will proceed”.

Hurriyet: Erdogan will travel to “TRDB” on Thursday

At the same time, Tayyip Erdoğan is starting a tour of the Gulf countries, but before that he will visit the “TRDB”. The presidential plane will land at the new facilities of the illegal Tympos airport, as reported by Manolis Kostidis.

Afterwards, the Turkish president will tour Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates, seeking investments for his country.

Great interest in Mitsotakis’ statements on Greek-Turkish relations

Meanwhile, the Turkish media “played up” the statements of Kyriakos Mitsotakis in the interview he gave to SKAI, stressing that “the Prime Minister of Greece is talking about The Hague and possible concessions to the positions set in the negotiations.”

In the CNN Turk news bulletin they state: The Prime Minister of Greece Kyriakos Mitsotakis stated that Turkey seems ready to change its policy regarding Greece, NATO, the EU. and the USA, Mitsotakis pointed to the international court in The Hague as a venue for resolving disputes for the definition of maritime jurisdiction areas in the Aegean and Southern Mediterranean. But for the first time he spoke about a possibility of withdrawal on this issue. Mitsotakis stated that his biggest goal is to resolve the issue of defining areas of maritime jurisdiction. He stated that ‘if we agree to go to the International Court of Justice in The Hague, it will be an important development. He also emphasized that “such an agreement may also include some retreats from the initial positions set in the negotiations.”

What do Turkish analysts say?

Meanwhile, Turkish analysts report that “Greece has maximalist policies such as the militarization of islands and the 12 miles” and add that it is Greece that must make concessions.

Specifically, Fenerbahce University professor Etze Baban emphasized: As we see in Mitsotakis’ statements. At the level of statements, we see a Greece that declares that it wants peace, but when we look at their policies, we see that it is a Greece with maximalist policies. So we are at an impasse. We refer to the militarization of the islands, we refer to the 12 mile issue and many other such issues. With Greece there are many such issues. In order to resolve these issues, Greece must stop maximalist policies, stop showing Turkey as a threat. Greece is a member of the EU and Turkey is not. the issue is not just militarization. There are islands where no new habitats should be created. Here we see how he takes advantage of EU funds, and with rare bird observatories he tries to create habitats.