ANKARA

Greece, arming 16 out of 23 islands with non-military status, in violation of agreements in the Aegean sea, should act in accordance with international law, Turkey’s defense minister has said.

Speaking in his visit to Turkey’s missile producer Roketsan on Wednesday, Hulusi Akar said: “We expect Greece to act according to international law, agreements and good neighborly relations.”

In addition to the fight against terrorism, Turkey’s activities are ongoing in the Aegean, Eastern Mediterranean, off Cyprus, and Libya, Akar said, adding that they are carried out in accordance with international law and the territorial integrity of the countries.

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