Turkish media wonder how Greek pilots adapted so quickly to Rafale planes; Suggests that the pilots are French and not Greek!

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turkish newspaper Yeni Safak asked how it is possible that the Greek pilots adapted so quickly to the recently acquired Rafale jets, going so far as to suggest that the pilots must be French and not Greek, reported Proto Thema.

According to the outlet, in a provocative Turkish pro-government newspaper on the front page, Yeni Safak accuses Greece of having “exacerbated tension in the Aegean Sea” with the new state-of-the-art Rafale jet while implying that the planes could be piloted by French pilots.

Under the headline: “Second-hand provocation: Athens, which received the Rafale from France, exacerbates tensions”, the newspaper tries to accuse Greece of the escalation of tensions, although Turkey has systematically provoked lately with overflights over the Greek islands.

“Annoyed by Turkey’s global activity, including the Russian-Ukrainian war, and hostile to refugees, Athens has once again turned to provocations. The cause of the audacity of Athens, which in 15 days violated Turkish airspace dozens of times, was the purchase from France of 18 fighter planes (12 of which were used)” declares the provocative article, which continues:

“Greece, which embarked on an arms race against Turkey and invested the Greek people’s money in defense spending, fell into whims with the Rafale in the Aegean Sea. Greece, which bought Rafale fighter jets to France, increased breaches in the Aegean Sea Greece uses Rafale jets for longer range “Locking these breaches.”

The article points to Ankara’s “warnings” to Athens, for alleged continued “violations” of Turkish national airspace by Greek planes.


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