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Greece to enter East Med talks or face consequences, says Erdogan


Greece will either enter talks with Turkey over the disputed waters in the eastern Mediterranean, or face consequences, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on Saturday. Athens will “come to understand that Turkey has political, economic, military might needed to cast off immoral maps and documents imposed by others,” state-run Anadolu news agency cited Erdoğan as saying at the opening ceremony of an Istanbul hospital. The Turkish president said Greece was “either going to understand the language of politics and diplomacy, or have painful experiences in the field.” Erdoğan’s remarks arrive amid a new bout of tensions between Ankara and Athens over hydrocarbon resources in…

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