Growing ties between Pakistan and Greece cause concern

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Growing ties between Pakistan and Greece cause concern

Athens Greece January 15 ANI Pakistan supports Turkey's claim on Cyprus and the growing relationship between the two countries can cause a lot of concern for Greece, according to the growing relationship between the two countries.

Greece and Turkey are involved in the long ongoing conflict in Cyprus and the international community is trying to reach a settlement between the two nations on the conflict, according to InsideOver.

There are a few countries that support Turkey's claim on Cyprus, though all the European Union states back Greece's stand on Cyprus. Pakistan is top of the list of countries that have such a place in the world.

The deepening of the military alliance between Pakistan and Turkey shows that Pakistan will go all out to support Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in pursuit of his jihadist ambitions of conquest and revival of the Ottoman Empire that would include Cyprus as well.

Another cause of concern for Greece is the emergence of a China-Pakistan-Turkey nexus on nuclear weapons. Turkish President Erdogan has expressed his desperation about developing the Caliphate atom bomb'' to fulfill his neo-Ottoman aspirations, according to InsideOver.

China and Pakistan have been charged with illegal sale of missiles and creating a clandestine proliferation market.

After a failed coup attempt against Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in 2016 Turkey sacked fighter jet pilots who were considered to be the main conspirators behind the failed coup. Later on, the Turkish military revealed that it needed over 500 new pilots including 190 combat pilots to reach its normal level and asked the Pakistani government to send trainers to fly F-16 s.

After the joint military exercises between Turkey and Pakistan in November 2019, there was renewed suspicion about Pakistani pilots flying Turkish fighter jets.

A Pakistani P-3 Orion Naval Co-operation and Information Collection Aircraft was flown into Greek airspace, according to InsideOver, a Pakistani P-3 Orion Naval Co-operation and Information Collection Aircraft, which violated the Greek airspace, on November 13, 2019, without filing a flight plan with Greek authorities.