Defeat by Greece and prison for Erdoğan is seen by the USA

Defeat by Greece and prison for Erdogan, the US sees in an article by Michael Rubin of the American Enterprise Institute.

According to Rubin, any Turkish move on the Greek islands “would trigger a military response against Turkish forces on those islands that would humiliate Erdogan and hasten his downfall.”

“Erdogan may want to be embraced as a sultan and remembered as more effective than Atatürk, but he must understand today that if he follows this course of action, his legacy will be that of Argentine dictator Leopoldo Galtieri,” notes American analyst at nationalinterest.org.

It is emphasized that Galtieri fell from power and was imprisoned after the failure to seize the Falkland Islands.

At the same time, according to a report by timesnownews.com, Pakistan “recently asked Greece if it was ready to sell an unspecified number of F16 fighters”, but the answer was a firm “No”, considering “the needs of the Greek Air Force and also, the friendship of Athens with New Delhi”, it is noted.

As reported, Greece “has a slightly uneasy relationship with Turkey” while there is also “uncertainty about the war in Ukraine”.

“The best fighter jet of the Pakistan Air Force is the F16, but most of the 80 are the older versions AM-Block 15 and BM-Block 17,” noted timesnownews.com, India’s largest English-language media.

Greece on the other hand “has the newest F16C and F16D versions. It also has Block 52s. And now 83 of its 150 F16s are being upgraded to the latest Block 72 variant,” the Indians said.

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