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Erdogan: ‘Turkey has the Power to Throw Away Maps Imposed by Others’

Credit: Turkish Presidency

Despite warnings from the EU and the United States, Turkey continues to provoke Greece, with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan saying that “Turkey has the political, economic and military power to throw away immoral maps and documents imposed by others,” according to the Anadolu agency.

Speaking at a hospital inauguration ceremony, the Turkish president noted that “either they will understand this politically and diplomatically, or they will experience it painfully on the battlefield.”

It was obvious that he was referring to Greece when he said that some countries ignore Turkey‘s rights.

According to Hurriyet newspaper, Erdogan stated that “a century ago we either buried them in the ground or threw them into the sea. I hope they do not pay the same price now.”

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