The Greek Prime Minister, Alexis Tsiparis, took a more public forum having to send four tweets attacks to Ahmet Davutoglu, a Turkey Prime Minister.
There are some deleted tweets saying,
“To PM Davutoglu: Fortunately our pilots aren’t as mercurial as yours against the Russians.”
On the other hand, Prime Minister Davutoglu replied to focus on agenda positively asking his Greek counterpart.
For more, both of the Prime Ministers attended EU-Turkey summit which occurred on refugees in Brussels Sunday, in which no conversation were held about the tweets by Tsipras.
As stated by Tsipras,
“What is happening in the Aegean is outrageous and unbelievable #EUTurkey.”
“We’re spending billions on weapons. You–to violate our airspace, we–to intercept you #EUTurkey.”
“We have the most modern aerial weapons systems–and yet, on the ground, we can’t catch traffickers who drown innocent people #EUTurkey”
The Turkey Prime Minister did not encountered the tweets for it was soon deleted, but then responded below,
“Comments on pilots by @atsipras seem hardly in tune with the spirit of the day. Alexis: let us focus on our positive agenda” Ahmet Davutoglu responded.
Until then, the tweets were still live on the Tsipras’ Greek language account, and the English tweets which were deleted were changed with a more diplomacy.
“Important Summit today for the EU, Turkey and our broader region #EUTurkey”
“We are in the same neighborhood and we have to talk honestly so we can reach solutions #EUTurkey.”
For more, PM Tsiparas visited Ankara and Istanbul earlier this month for bilateral talks with Prime Minister Davutoglu, along with President Erdogan which eventually lead to friendly-bond in an international football visit.