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Turkey: Erdogan indirectly threatens Athens with a missile attack

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Erdogan indirectly threatens Athens with a missile attack

Turkish President Erdogan threatened Athens. His new ballistic missile could reach Athens – and it could be used soon.

Erdogan threatened Athens again.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (68) indirectly threatened to launch a missile attack in the dispute over the Greek islands in the eastern Mediterranean if Greece “does not calm down”. Erdogan said Sunday evening in a meeting with young men in Samsun, northern Turkey, that Greece is concerned because the Turkish-developed “Tayfon” missile may also hit Athens.

“Of course, this production makes the Greeks nervous. I mentioned Tayfun and the Greek became nervous.” The Greeks said that the missile could hit Athens. “Yes, of course you will,” he added. If Greece does not settle on the islands, “if it tries to take something from us here and there, then of course a country like Turkey will not stand idly by and do something.”