Today, Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias expressed his country's concern about the negative role of the Turkish regime in Syria, describing it as a "terrorist travel agency."
Russia Today quoted Dendias as saying at a press conference after talks with his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov in Athens, "Unfortunately, there is a common denominator in all areas, which is the destabilizing Turkish factor," adding that "Turkey plays a negative role in Syria and undermines the successes that have been reached. It has turned into a travel agency for militants who are being sent to different fronts. ”
For his part, Lavrov stressed that the positions of Russia and Turkey on different issues are not always identical, noting that Moscow is determined to continue cooperation with Ankara to settle crises and resolve differences in the Mediterranean region.
The Greek City Times website revealed the day before yesterday that the Turkish regime is preparing to send its terrorist mercenaries from Idlib to the border with Greece in light of the growing tension between Ankara and Athens.