Within an hour of stepping off his plane, the pugilistic politician was sparring with the Greek head of state, Prokopis Pavlopoulos. Athens, he said imperiously, would never have entered Nato had it not been for Ankara’s support. Greek officials thought he would use the visit to strike a conciliatory note. Cyprus, he argued, had not been reunified because Greek Cypriots kept turning down a “just and sustainable” settlement. Facebook Twitter Pinterest Kurdish demonstrators holding placards march during a protest against the Turkish president’s Athens visit.
Source: The Guardian December 07, 2017 04:52 UTC