Turkish PM's remarks ill-fitted, says Greek FM
EPA photoRemarks from the Turkish Prime Minister regarding the financial crisis in Greece were “ill-fitted for a neighboring country's leader,” Greek Foreign Minister Dimitris Avramopoulos said, according to the private broadcaster NTV.
The Turkish prime minister had made comments earlier in which he criticized rating agencies that were not raising Turkey's grade “when they [were] upgrading a country that is selling off its islands.”
Avramopoulos stated that Erdoğan was misinformed over the situation in Greece and his remarks were “ill-fitted” for a neighbor country to make.
“You will never know when or where a financial crisis might come to,” Avramopoulos said.