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Erdogan Chief Advisor Threatens To "Break The Legs" Of Greece's PM
02-02-2018, 05:51 AM,
Erdogan Chief Advisor Threatens To "Break The Legs" Of Greece's PM
Erdogan Chief Advisor Threatens To "Break The Legs" Of Greece's PM

<p>Yigit Bulut, chief advisor to Turkish President Erdogan, has threatened Greece over the disputed islet of Imia in the Eastern Aegean Sea.</p>

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<p><strong>“Athens will face the wrath of Turkey worse than that in Afrin,” </strong>Bulut said in a Television show of a private network.</p>

<p><strong>“We will break the arms and legs of officials, of the Prime Minister and any Minister, who dares to step on the Kardak/Imia islet in the Aegean,” </strong>he claimed.</p>

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<p dir="ltr" lang="en" xml:lang="en" xml:lang="en">Turkish president <a href="">#Erdogan</a>'s chief advisor Yigit Bulut threatens <a href="">#Greece</a>, says Athens will face the wrath of <a href="">#Turkey</a> worse than <a href="">#Afrin</a> offensive, vows to break arms & legs of officials, PM or any Minister, who dare to land on disputed Kardak/Imia islet in Aegean. <a href=""></a></p>
— Abdullah Bozkurt (@abdbozkurt) <a href="">February 1, 2018</a></blockquote>
<script async="" src="" charset="utf-8"></script><p><em>Yes, the video is in Turkish but who cares to translate full 40 seconds of a delirium talk?</em></p>

<p><a href="">As KeepTalkingGreece reports,</a> Bultu’s threats come just a couple of days after Defense Minister Panos Kammenos sailed to Imia and threw a wreath into the sea to honor the three fallen soldiers during the Imia conflict in 1996.</p>

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<p><strong>Ankara does not miss a chance to challenge Greece’s sovereignty in the islets and islands of the Aegean Sea,</strong> escalate tension around Imia, and risk an ugly incident that could bring the two neighboring countries at the verge of an armed conflict as two decades ago.</p><img src="" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>

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