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Greek Police Officer Arrested in Turkey Released

greek police officer arrested turkeyA Greek police officer was arrested in Turkey. Credit: Greek Reporter

A Greek police officer and his partner who were arrested by Turkish security forces on Sunday near the border region of Evros were released on Monday according to the Greek Ministry of Civil Protection.

The pair, from the northeastern Greek region of Feres in Evros, was apparently detained for entering a military area in the region.

According to a statement from the Ministry of Civil Protection, the police officer and his partner were released on restrictive terms by the competent judicial authorities of the city of Edirne, Turkey.

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