Turkey warns Greece of turning into a haven for "terrorist organizations"

Turkey warns Greece of turning into a haven for "terrorist organizations"

The Turkish Foreign Ministry warned Greece against turning to a "terrorist organization" after Turkish security forces arrested three members of the PKK while trying to flee to Greece.

According to the Anatolia news agency, the Turkish border guards arrested the three PKK members on Thursday in a restricted military zone in a village in Adrna state "while trying to cross into Greece."

On the other hand, the spokesman for the Turkish Foreign Ministry, the protector of Aksoy, said that his country is following with concern the transformation of Greece into a safe haven for "terrorist organizations", such as "Ba Ka Ka" and "Gulen" and the "Popular Liberation Party of the People's Liberation Party".

Asefi said in a statement that a Greek court acquitted nine people of "belonging to a terrorist organization" after more than a year and a half of detention on suspicion of association with the Popular Liberation Party of the People's Liberation Party. International fight against terrorism ".

The Athens Criminal Court on Wednesday acquitted nine people on charges of "belonging to a terrorist organization" and "possessing weapons and explosives" and sentenced two of them to two years and seven months for six, on charges of "possession of light weapons and fireworks" and "forging papers" "And ratified the punishment of 5 of them, while decided to turn the punishment of one of them to a fine," Hassan Piper, "which carried out in 2013, attacks on the headquarters of the Justice and Development Party and the Ministry of Justice in Turkey, according to Turkish media reported.

The case dates back to November 2017. Greek police arrested the suspects in three houses in the capital Athens. They also seized explosives used in the manufacture of bombs, computers and regulatory files. Turkey demanded that Greece extradite the accused, but the latter refused.

According to Turkish media, Greek media reported that the authorities had found evidence that the PFLP organization was preparing to carry out an attack during Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's visit to Athens in December 2017.

Source: Anatolia + Newspaper "Yeni Shafak"


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