Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis met Tuesday, September 6, with the President of the Slovak Republic Zuzana Caputová, who is paying an official visit to Greece.
During the meeting, Mitsotakis thanked the Slovak President for the participation of an important Slovakian force in the Cyprus peacekeeping force UNFICYP “and for her state’s principled position on the Cyprus problem that respects international law and UN Security Council resolutions”.
Moreover, Mitsotakis briefed Caputová on Turkey’s escalating rhetoric, underlying that “it is unacceptable for Greece to receive threats that challenge Greek sovereignty from a country that is a NATO ally.”
Greek Prime Minister noted that revisionism and border change cannot be tolerated, as the Russian invasion of Ukraine proved.
Finally, he reiterated Greece’s firm position for dialogue based on international law, the law of the sea, and good neighboring relations.
Source: Cyprus News Agency