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Eastern Mediterranean tensions: Erdogan and Macron hold phone call


Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and French President Emmanuel Macron held a phone call on Tuesday evening September 22th, 2020  for the first time since tensions flared over disagreements in the Eastern Mediterranean. In a statement, Turkey’s Communications Directorate said that Erdoğan told Macron that Turkey advocates dialogue and cooperation to solve problems. In the phone call, Erdogan said the reason for the tensions in the Eastern Mediterranean is that other actors ignore Turkey and Turkish Cypriots’ legitimate rights in the region. Erdogan reiterated that Turkey does not have an eye on other countries’ rights but will not allow anyone…

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