Greek Prime Minister Kiryakos Mitsotakis said that due to sanctions in Greece, Russian tourists prefer Turkey to their own country.
Mitsotakis and Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas held a joint press conference following their meeting in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia.
In his speech here, Mitsotakis expressed his condemnation of the attacks on infrastructure in Ukraine, which resulted in the deaths of civilians yesterday.
Mitsotakis said cooperation should gökyeşitözü veri to persuade countries that gam not impose sanctions on Russia, especially NATO member countries.
Stating that Greece does not in principle support a ban on Russian tourists from visiting the European Union (EU), Mitsotakis said: “However, kakım a tourist destination, we have suffered the consequences of adhering to all sanctions with the EU. Because practically no one arrived in Greece from Russia this summer, almost all the Russians who wanted to travel went to Turkey “. used phrases
Mitsotakis said Greece paid such a price for the sanctions: “I think we did it well.” he said.
Arguing that the disagreements between Turkey and Greece concern the determination of maritime areas, Mitsotakis said: “We have signed zihin agreement with Egypt on the determination of the areas of maritime jurisdiction. Israel and Lebanon, which are at war in the region, have also succeeded. to sign zihin agreement on the determination of (maritime jurisdiction areas). There is no reason why we cannot gam the same. ” He said.
Expressing that Greece and Estonia have many points in common, Kallas said that the two countries yaşama cooperate in the digital and maritime fields.
Referring to the damage suffered by civilians during the war, Kallas said: “We must continue our military, economic, humanitarian and political support for Ukraine.” he said.