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The Turkish Navy did not allow the Greek ship to approach the disputed islands of Imia

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The Turkish Navy did not allow the Greek patrol ship and coast guard boat to approach the disputed islands of Imia (the Turkish name is Kardak) in the Aegean Sea, reports TASS.


The Turkish Navy did not allow the Greek ship to approach the disputed islands of Imia


The coast guard boat and the Greek Navy patrol boat 28 in January 2018 of about 11: 30 tried to enter the area of ​​the Cardak Islands, the Turkish Navy prevented them from trying to get close to them
said in a statement the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Turkey.

It is noted that the Armed Forces of Turkey will continue to "protect the interests of the country under international law."

According to the Turkish newspaper Sabah, the head of the Greek military department of Greece Panos Kammenos was on board the ship.

Recall, Turkey and Greece - NATO allies - were on the verge of war in 1996 due to the claims of the Turkish authorities on two Greek rocky islands under the common name Imia, which Ankara continues to consider as its own.
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  1. Evil543
    Evil543 29 January 2018 08: 22
    +2
    And proudly flies the Turkish flag. Cool, the boat drove off the ship. Turks with eggs, Greeks without.
    1. vlad66
      vlad66 29 January 2018 08: 33
      +8
      Lord ek news, have long been arguing, and a hundred years will still be. request
      1. Shurik70
        Shurik70 29 January 2018 13: 09
        0
        Nothing. There are still places in Greece that must be torn off to protect the local Turkish population from the atrocities of the unbridled Greeks.
        This is how these islands, following Turkish Cyprus, are recognized as Turkish, will begin immediately.
        1. Sergej1972
          Sergej1972 29 January 2018 14: 24
          +3
          In my opinion, Greece respects the rights of the local Turkish population to a greater extent than Turkey does the rights of its Greeks and Armenians.
          1. Shurik70
            Shurik70 29 January 2018 20: 02
            0
            Quote: Sergej1972
            In my opinion, Greece respects the rights of the local Turkish population

            So what? Did it help protect Cyprus?
            And you will need a wave of indignation of the Turks, so a couple of provocations, and you're done. But I don’t think Turkey will need it, do they really need proof now when the Kurds are being bombed? They just say - since the Kurds are guilty, and that these specific Kurds did not plan attacks against the Turks, so, according to the Turks, this is only for now (they will definitely be after the bombing).
            After World War II, this was carefully fabricated. Now nobody is concerned about this.
    2. Spartanez300
      Spartanez300 29 January 2018 09: 00
      0
      Some kind of wildness due to two stones was going to sacrifice human lives.
  2. ul_vitalii
    ul_vitalii 29 January 2018 08: 23
    +7
    The Turks are now on horseback, everyone is rushing at everyone.
    1. Evil543
      Evil543 29 January 2018 08: 36
      +6
      Well, on horseback or not, Iraq, Syria, if at the same time they cling to the Greeks, and then Cyprus can remember the past, they can also be raked not in a childish way.
      1. Sergej1972
        Sergej1972 29 January 2018 14: 25
        0
        Iraq, Syria, Greece, Cyprus, taken together, are still much weaker than Turkey. Although the Greeks are quite powerful and numerous army.
  3. siberalt
    siberalt 29 January 2018 08: 23
    0
    Heh! NATO can’t get along with each other. There will be something else. lol
    1. ul_vitalii
      ul_vitalii 29 January 2018 08: 27
      +7
      Some S-300, others S-400, a small arms race is provided. Let our booklets cook. smile
    2. BVS
      BVS 29 January 2018 08: 30
      +1
      What will happen? Turkey and Greece have not been able to get along with each other for a long time since the time the Turkish armed forces invaded the territory of northern Cyprus, which began on July 20, 1974. And nothing. So enlighten - "That will still be"?
  4. Alex-a832
    Alex-a832 29 January 2018 08: 32
    +2
    Allies are linden. In NATO, there are enough of those who cannot be placed next to each other, otherwise they will start firing at each other. NATO is not a fist, it is a splayed five with broken fingers ...
  5. tlauicol
    tlauicol 29 January 2018 08: 33
    +4


    Greek-Turkish showdown
    1. Evil543
      Evil543 29 January 2018 08: 40
      0
      Cool happened, although maybe around the corner the Turks had something heavier
  6. garnik
    garnik 29 January 2018 09: 09
    +3
    These islands after 2 MB were approved as part of Greece, in 1996 the European Parliament awarded them to Greece. The Turks entered the rage, still, the largest states are behind the "back."
  7. unignm
    unignm 29 January 2018 09: 12
    +1
    aboard the ship was the head of the military department of Greece Panos Kammenos.

    a yab with that name didn’t leave the house
    1. Ren
      Ren 29 January 2018 10: 01
      0
      Quote: unignm
      the head of the military department of Greece Panos Kammenos.

      Here either Pаnose, or Kammenos - if Pаnose from Kammenos, then this is no longer Pаnose, and Zaporoz!
      wassat
  8. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 29 January 2018 10: 28
    +3
    An ordinary event that is repeated many times over more than 20 years. Some wanted to get closer, while others got in the way. Tomorrow it will be the other way around - others wanted, but some interfered.
  9. san4es
    san4es 29 January 2018 10: 28
    0
    The Turkish Navy did not allow the Greek patrol ship and coast guard boat to approach the disputed Imia Islands (Turkish name - Kardak) in the Aegean Sea

    ... There was also a helicopter am
  10. Nemesis
    Nemesis 29 January 2018 11: 36
    +5
    If there was a Greek frigate in place of the boat, it would be interesting to see the actions of Turkey ... I remember the Greek Air Force has already sent Turkish pilots (to swim)