Newspaper: Turkish drones pose a “threat” to Greece’s defenses


The Greek newspaper “Kathimerny” considered that Turkish drones pose a “threat” to the country’s defenses.

And the newspaper said, in a news report attributed to military sources on Thursday, that what the Turkish fighters were doing in the Aegean Sea in the past is part of the marches now.


Al-Khabar mentioned statements by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in which he said: “We are present from now on with our armed drones, Akinci (planes) and Gokbei (helicopters) and with our weapons we are a terrifying scourge for our enemies in the world.”

The news touched on the features of the Turkish Bayraktar TB2, Akinci and Anka-S aircraft.

The newspaper claimed that Greece had put in place “precautionary” projects against the Turkish drones.

She added, “The deployment of Israeli-made anti-drones in the eastern part of the Aegean Sea continues in secret. On the other hand, it has been decided to purchase American MQ-9 drones, and local drone projects are on the agenda.”


The newspaper stressed that Greece does not have sufficient electronic warfare equipment and said: “This is worrying in the event of possible Turkish-Greek clashes in the Aegean.”