Σάββατο, 3 Δεκεμβρίου 2016

TA ΙΜΙΑ ΕΙΝΑΙ ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΟ ΕΔΑΦΟΣ

ΤΑ ΙΜΙΑ ΕΙΝΑΙ ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΟ ΕΔΑΦΟΣ
"ΑΝΑΔΗΜΟΣΙΕΥΕΤΑΙ" Η ΕΚΠΟΜΠΗ ΤΟΥ ΚΑΘΗΓΗΤΗ ΑΘΗΝΑΙΟΥ ΓΙΑ ΤΑ ΙΜΙΑ 
ΣΤΗΝ ΕΚΠΟΜΠΗ ΤΟΜΕΣ ΤΟΥ HIGH TV
ΙΑΝΟΥΑΡΙΟΣ 2011
ΗΤΑΝ ΚΑΙ Η ΤΕΛΕΥΤΑΙΑ ΤΟΥ ΕΚΠΟΜΠΗ ΣΤΟΝ ΣΥΓΓΕΚΡΙΜΕΝΟ ΔΙΑΥΛΟ 
ΚΑΘΩΣ ΤΟ ΡΑΔΙΟΤΗΛΕΟΠΤΙΚΟ ΣΥΜΒΟΥΛΙΟ  ΑΠΟΦΑΣΙΣΕ ΟΤΙ 
"ΑΠΟΔΟΜΕΙ ΤΗΝ ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΗ ΚΟΙΝΩΝΙΑ".







The Documented Response to the continuing Turkish Hostility  

  

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You May download the Scientific Publication and bibliography that documents that IMIA is a Greek Soil.
Προσοχή – Μεγάλο Αρχείο 60ΜΒ  


Report om the Limnia-Imia islets



The Turkish Hostility.

Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu on Wednesday (November 30th, 2016)  referred to the eastern Aegean Imia islets as “Turkish soil.”

Cavusoglu was responding in writing to a question tabled by a Turkish MP regarding the status of islands and islets in the Aegean.

“As long as the AKP is in power there will be no change in the legal and de facto status of islands in the Aegean,” noted Cavusoglu in his statement.

Cavusoglu’s comments followed comments made by the leader of the Turkish Republican People's Party (CHP) Kemal Kilicdaroglu in which he accused Greece of occupying 18 islands in the Aegean.

Reacting to Cavusoglu's statement, the Greek foreign ministry issued its own statement on Thursday.

"Greece’s sovereignty over its islands in the Aegean, including Imia, is undisputable and established by international law,” the ministry said, adding that "Irresponsible references to the contrary are provocative," given that the legal status of Aegean islands and islets was determined by a series of international agreements signed last century.

In 1996, Greece and Turkey came close to war over the uninhabited outcrop.


Comment : The Hellenic island of IMIA is sitting on mineral reserves worth trillions of $$$$$$

On top of that the turkish hostility is based on the fact that the Turks can not forgive themselves of The Hellenic 1821 Revolution, and their defeat in subsequent liberation wars that they lost to the Hellenic Armed Forces and Navy