Turkey violated international law and NATO commitments in Mediterranean, U.S. says


Turkey broke international law and its NATO commitments in the eastern Mediterranean during a dispute with Greece last year over territory, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said. Bilateral disputes should be settled peacefully and diplomatically, “not militarily and certainly not through provocative actions,” Blinken told the House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee on Wednesday. “We have criticized actions, including by Turkey, which violate international law and its NATO commitments, including its provocative actions against Greece and its airspace violations,” Blinken said. The United States welcomes the resumption of diplomatic contacts between Athens and Ankara to resolve their differences, he…

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