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Κείμενο του ιστολόγιου 12/10/2021

Ο ειδικός σε θέματα τρομοκρατίας και ασφάλειας απόστρατος συνταγματάρχης Ουνάλ Αταμπάι σχολιάζοντας στο τουρκικό κανάλι λέει :

¨Βρισκόμαστε αντιμέτωποι με μία Ελλάδα η οποία έχοντας πάρει μαζί της τις Ηνωμένες Πολιτείες της Αμερικής, τη Γαλλία και την Ευρωπαϊκή Ένωση, έχει πια μία ανεξέλεγκτη στάση και συμπεριφορά απέναντι στην Τουρκία
Δηλαδή με απόβαση στις Οινούσσες που όπως ξέρετε εκεί είναι τουρκικό έδαφος, είναι τούρκικο νησί ¨

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  1. Αυτές οι συνεχείς αναφορές στα τουρκικά μμε είναι κάτι που πρέπει να το θέσουμε ως θέμα και να το εκμεταλευτούμε όπως μπορούμε (πόσο μάλλον όταν τέτοιες δηλώσεις γίνονται από κρατικά ή πρώην κρατικά τουρκικά στελέχη).
    Να κάνει διαμαρτυρία το Υπεξ μας στους τούρκους επειδή τα μμε τους μαζικά διασπείρουν ψευδείς ειδήσεις και μίσος.. πρέπει να ζητήσουμε να αποδοκιμάσουν.. Εδώ ο τούρκος διαμαρτυρήθηκε επειδή ένα περιθωριακό έντυπο εδώ έβριζε τον ταγιπ και βγήκε να απολογηθεί ο κυβερν. μας εκπρόσωπος..

  2. Turkish defense Minister:
    “Greece must comply with the treaties. At a time when our neighboring country is talking about international law and accusing us of non-existent harassment, it is violating the Treaty of Lausanne. Although it was accepted that in the treaties of Lausanne in 1923 and Paris in 1947 it was explicitly stated that the status of the islands was to be demilitarized, since 1936 the islands were gradually being equipped. ”
    However, according to International law, those who are being threatened have the right to defense. Alongside the Eastern Aegean Greek islands, the 4th Turkish Army, manned 100%, is ready for action with the Marines’ units in Fokea.
    Moreover, The international legal framework, however, which is absolutely clear and unambiguous settled issues of sovereignty in the region after the World Wars ( Treaties of Lausanne 1923 and Paris 1947 ).
    In particular, Article 12 of the 1923 Lausanne Treaty provides:
    “The decision is taken on February 13, 1914, at the London Conference in implementation of Article 5 of the Treaty of London 17/30 May 1913 and 15 of the Treaty of Athens 1 / November 14, 1913, as notified to the Greek Government on February 13, 1914, and relating to the sovereignty of Greece for the Eastern Mediterranean islands except Imvros, Tenedos and Rabbit islands (Mafryon), mainly of Limnos, Samothrace, Mytilene, Chios, Samos, and Ikaria authenticated, subject to the provisions of this Treaty related to under the rule of Italy serves Islands on s out in Article 15. Unless otherwise provided in this Treaty, islands, located at a closer distance of three miles of the Asian coast, remain under Turkish domination. ” Moreover, Articles 12 and 16 show that Turkey ceded all sovereign rights to all of the islands that are beyond three miles from the Asiatic coast, apart from Imvros, Tenedos, and Rabbit. Therefore ceded all sovereign rights over the Imia (Kardak) located 3.7 miles from the Turkish coast.
    The Dodecanese during the Italian-Turkish War of Tripoli (1911-12) were occupied by the Italians and despite the peace treaty signed at Ouchy in Lausanne (18/10/1912), Turkey recognized Italian sovereignty over Libya. while Italy promised to return the Dodecanese to Turkey, this did not happen and so the islands remained under Italian occupation.
    Dodecanese
    After the signing of this new Treaty of Lausanne in 1923, Italy officially annexed the Dodecanese on 6/8/1923 and the second period of Italian rule begins for them, with the first governor being the Italian senator and plenipotentiary, Mario Lago. On January 4, 1932 it was signed by the Italian Ambassador to Turkey Baron Pompeo Aloizi and the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkey Dr. Tevfik Rustou Bey, a deal. It settled a dispute between Italy and Turkey over sovereignty over the islands off the coast of Anatolia and the island of Kastelorizo ​​as well as the islet of Kara Anta, and also defined their territorial waters.
    Shortly afterwards, on 28/12/1932, following the previous one, another agreement was signed between them, by which a committee of experts precisely defined, with 37 points, the Turkish-Italian border line. After the Second World War, these islands and with the current arrangements passed from Italy to Greece on 10/2/1947, when the peace treaty between the allies and Italy was signed in Paris.
    According to Article 15 of the Treaty of Lausanne “Turkey renounces in favor of Italy all rights and title over the following listed Islands, i.e. of Astypalea, Rhodes, Halki, Karpathos, Kassos, Tilos, Nisyros, Kalymnos, Leros, Patmos, Lipsi, Symi and Kos, the occupied now in Italy and the islands of them dependent, and as of Kastellorizo island. ” Further, Article 14 of the Paris Peace Treaty (10.12.1947) provides: “Italy grants to Greece in full sovereignty the Dodecanese Islands Tash listed below, namely: Astypalaian, Rodos, Chalkin, Karpathos, Kasos, Talon, Nisyros Kalymnos, Leros, Patmos, Lipsi, Symi, Kos, and Kastellorizo, as well as Tash and adjacent islets ”
    Under the Paris Peace Treaty of 1947 (Article 14), the sovereignty of the Dodecanese including the Imia (Kardak) islets was ceded by Italy to Greece. That is, Greece succeeded Italy, acting ever since sovereignty over the Dodecanese islands.
    Under these legal instruments, Greece exercised lawfully, continuously, in practice and in peaceful manner sovereignty over all the islands, islets and rocks located within the above, on its territory without having been no question of another State, except unsubstantiated late disputes by Turkey.

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