Turkey’s Defence Minister Hulusi Akar said his country expects Greece to act according to international law, agreements and good neighbourly relations.
A recent deal agreed with Tripoli and a decision to deploy forces in Libya show that Ankara aims to develop an understanding between warring factions in the country, creating a deterrent against the powers of instability.
The request came after Turkey's President Erdogan said Ankara will send troops to Libya after Tripoli asked for it, and he will present legislation to parliament in January for deployment to the north African country.
The prospect of a Turkish troop deployment in Libya could prompt Russia to balance its interests and steer clear of warlord Khalifa Haftar.
Turkish parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee approves the agreement between Turkey and Libya on military cooperation
Turkis Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has said Libya agreement is a vital step to protect Turkey's rights.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says in a televised interview that Turkey may close Incirlik and Kurecik bases where US soldiers are stationed 'if necessary'.
The deal enables Turkey to secure its rights in the Mediterranean while preventing any fait accompli by other regional states.
Named Abdulhamid II Mosque, the multi-purpose building was constructed by the Turkish Diyanet Foundation and includes a school section as well.
Ankara will establish a polar research institute and the country will premiere its first indigenous vehicle in December, says Minister of Technology Mustafa Varank.
The British prime minister's move to suspend parliament is profoundly undemocratic but is being treated with kid gloves.
July 15 marks three years since the Turkish people defeated a coup attempt by rogue elements in the country's military. The Fetullah Terrorist Organisation (FETO) was behind the deadly move, which left at least 251 people dead.
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