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GREECE focused a few days ago on President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s meeting with Greek Prime Minister Kiriakos Mitsotakis at the NATO summit in Brussels on June 14. The scheduling of Erdogan’s meeting with US President Joe Biden on the same day raised concern in Athens. It has been claimed that holding the Erdogan-Biden meeting in the Greek capital before or after the Erdogan-Mitsotakis meeting is of great importance. The Greek weekly Real News reported: “If Erdogan meets Mitsotakis before Biden, he will wait until he meets Biden to open his cards. If he meets Biden before Mitsotakis, the outcome of that meeting will greatly affect his meeting with Mitsotakis, ”he wrote.


The Kathimerini newspaper, on the other hand, said the Erdogan-Mitsotakis meeting in Brussels will be different from the previous meetings of the two leaders. According to the newspaper, the preparations are for the two leaders to find themselves in an environment where only one colleague will be present.


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Greek Kathimerini said: “Crowded delegations were present at the meetings between Erdoğan and Mitsotakis in September 2019 and December 2019. The two leaders simply chaired the delegations, which expressed their theses in the form of a monologue. The last meeting between President Erdogan and Mitsotakis during the NATO summit in London on December 4, 2019 was marked by the memorandum of understanding on the determination of the borders of maritime jurisdiction signed between Turkey and Libya on November 29, 2019 .

President Erdoğan last met Greek Prime Minister Mitsotakis on December 4, 2019, during the NATO summit in London.


Meanwhile, the backlash is growing that Germany did not invite Greece to the second Berlin conference on Libya to be held on June 23. Although it has not been officially announced, it was said that Mitsotakis recently expressed his displeasure with this development during a phone call with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Previously, Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias had also forwarded Greece’s complaints to his German counterpart Heiko Maas. Greek newspaper Proto Thema, in its article titled “German Betrayal for Libya,” said that “Germany agrees with Turkey on Berlin conference. Apparently Merkel still could not digest the signing by the Greece of an agreement with Egypt (August 6, 2020) determining the limits of maritime jurisdiction without its approval, ”he wrote.

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