Turkey has openly conveyed to Greece that it has always stood ready to discuss maritime delimitation issues in the Eastern Mediterranean, Turkey’s foreign minister told an interview to a Greek daily.
Turkey has always supported a policy that seeks dialogue in addressing the problems in the region, Mevlut Cavusoglu told Greek newspaper To Vima.
“Unfortunately, our calls for dialogue have fallen on deaf ears. Most littoral countries of the East Mediterranean ignored our calls and chose to proceed unilaterally,” Cavusoglu underlined.
Stressing that only Libya had responded to Turkey’s calls for dialogue, he said Ankara had recently signed a