Come to the negotiating table or get ready for a bitter experience: Turkish President

Ankara (APP News. 06 September 2020) talks come on the table or get ready for a bitter experience: President of Greece as a threat. 

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has warned Greece to discuss the East Mediterranean dispute or face the consequences. According to the details, the situation between Turkey and Greece is getting worse due to the natural resources found in the Mediterranean . 

According to the British news agency, President of Greece to negotiate the bitter consequences or to make a warning is given. According to the Daily Mail Online, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has made it clear that Turkey is "ready for any situation and outcome". 

According to news reports, at the opening ceremony of a hospital in Istanbul, the Turkish president warned Greece that it was up to the Greek authorities to understand the language of politics and diplomacy or choose painful experiences in this field. 

It should be noted that Turkey has started deploying troops on the Greek border. According to world media, the situation with Turkey and Greece has become more tense. Miscellaneous reports say that Turkey has started withdrawing troops from the Syrian border areas and sending them to the Greek border. 

According to Turkish media, more than 40 tanks are currently being deployed on the Greek border. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoan has said that Turkish people are ready to face any challenge. In this regard, Turkish Vice President Fouat Okte has already warned that if Greece crosses its maritime borders, there will be no other option but war. Meanwhile, Turkey has announced for two weeks of military exercises in the Mediterranean Sea near the north-western Cyprus. 

Turkey 's announcement comes at a time when tensions are mounting with Greece over its natural resources in the Mediterranean . According to Arab News, the two countries are conducting military exercises in the Eastern Mediterranean , which is likely to increase the already existing tensions in the region.