BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:45 P.M.) – The Greek government released a video documenting a Turkish military vehicle’s attempt to shoot down part of the border fence between the two countries amid escalating tensions between them over the refugee issue.

At the start of the month, the Turkish authorities began allowing people to freely access the Greek border, prompting the government in Athens to condemn Ankara for pushing migrants towards their territory.

Turkey opened the border with Greece in response to the Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) offensive in the Idlib Governorate,

This operation has been strongly opposed by the Ankara regime and has resulted in a direct confrontation between the Syrian and Turkish armed forces.

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Glad this CRIME was FILMED. I got to wonder what other crimes are being committed that are not filmed.

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So NATO member Turkey, violates the sovereignty of fellow NATO member, Greece, while expecting NATO to support their takeover of Syrian land. Somehow, I don’t think so…….

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It’s intentions are even uglier :

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[sorry, had problems to post my stuff] Turkish DM Akar twitted this on Oct.14th 2019 : It’s just about stealing lands from 3 EU countries (Greece, Bulgaria, Cyprus), two being NATO members, this also implies the end of 2 countries (Cyprus and Armenia), and land grabbing from Syria, Iraq, Azerbaidjan and Iran… NATO is NOT entitled to help one of its member into any war it unilaterally declares, but guess what? If Turkey ends under attack, other members can veto a NATO intervention to help it! Greece already made clear that if Turkey ends under Russian attack, she will veto… Read more »

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