Greek Prime Minister Kiriakos Mitsotakis right this moment mentioned the European Union ought to impose “vital sanctions” on Turkey if Ankara doesn’t withdraw its troops from the disputed area of the Jap Mediterranean.
- We want a dialog, however not in a irritating place. The menace to the safety and stability of my nation threatens the well-being of all members of the European Union – the Greek prime minister mentioned.
European leaders should resolve this month how to answer Turkey. The Greek prime minister pressured that if Turkey doesn’t withdraw its existence, it should impose “vital sanctions” on it.
- They’ve to face on the ball, get again to the negotiating desk and begin speaking once they go away negotiations in 2016. If we don’t agree, we should discover a resolution in The Hague – he pressured, referring to the worldwide court docket and resolving disputes between states.