Greek Prime Minister: Turkish Fighter Jets 'Harassed My Helicopter'

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras attends a student parade marking Greece's Independence Day, during his visit on the island of Agathonisi, Greece March 25, 2019 (Reuters Photo)

BBC: Turkish jets 'harassed my helicopter' - Greek PM

The Greek prime minister has accused Turkey of "harassing" his helicopter with fighter jets as he travelled to an independence day celebration.

Alexis Tsipras said his helicopter was forced into "low manoeuvres" on Monday when Turkish jets entered Greek airspace.

The prime minister accused Turkey of "foolish actions that have no meaning".

Turkish security forces refuted the accusations, claiming the jets were carrying out a routine mission.

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WNU Editor: Turkey is denying these accusations .... Turkish jets did not harass Greek PM's helicopter, security sources say (Daily Sabah)

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