Greece Dismisses Report Over Military Alert Following Erdogan Threat to Reopen Borders to Refugees


Greece has dismissed a report that its military entered into a state of high alert after Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan threatened to reopen their shared border to refugees, Greek outlet Kathimerini reported on Saturday. The newspaper sources in the Greek government explained that the initial report was that the order there is no issue deterioration of the situation, but they maintained Athens was ready in case of any escalation. On Thursday, Erdogan delivered a speech where he lobbed a number of criticisms against Greece. The threat that pushed the Athens into high alert followed the Turkish leader referring to…

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