The Ministry of Foreign Affairs officially rejected the allegations of Turkey about the death of a 43-year-old Turk in Evros from a fire that came from the Greek side.
"The Ankara Commissioner, following relevant instructions, responding to a relevant emergency move to which she was summoned earlier today to the Turkish Foreign Ministry, rejected in its entirety the Turkish allegations regarding an alleged incident in Evros," the Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
It is also noted that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs pointed out to the Turkish side the obligation of the latter to guard its borders and not to allow the activity of traffickers and illegal immigration.
Foreign Ministry statement regarding the rejection of Turkish accusations for an alleged incident in Evros
- Ministry of Foreign Affairs (@GreeceMFA) August 1
It is recalled that the Turkish media reported on the death of a Turk from a fire coming from the Greek side, on the border of Evros yesterday, near the village of Antasarchanli in Edirne, with Ankara, in fact, adopting them, proceeding to the Greek Turkish capital.