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State Department on Erdogan’s bellicose rhetoric toward Greece: Allies to avoid threats

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We urge all our allies to avoid threats and provocative rhetoric that will only increase tension and help no one,” a US State Department spokesman said.

The State Department expresses the disappointment of the United States for the belligerent rhetoric adopted by the Turkish president against Greece.

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In response to a question from Greek correspondents in Washington about the Turkish president’s threat that the Tayfun missiles “will hit Athens”, a representative of the US State Department emphasized that “at a time when unity is more than ever needed among our allies, the United States regrets the escalation of provocative statements.

We urge all our allies to avoid threats and provocative rhetoric that will only increase tension and help no one.”

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It is recalled that according to the Turkish Anadolu Agency, Tayyip Erdogan said that Ankara will react if Greece continues to arm the Aegean islands, even claiming that Turkey’s ballistic missile test “scares” Athens. “Now we started building our rockets.

Naturally, this production frightens the Greek. When you say “Tayfun”, the Greek gets scared. In Greece, they say it will hit Athens. Of course it will hit, if you don’t sit still,” he said.

Finally, he had threatened that if Greece tries to buy equipment from America and place it on the islands, Turkey will not remain a spectator and “something will have to be done”.

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