The 100th anniversary of the August 30 Victory Day was celebrated with enthusiasm all over the country.
NATO also congratulated Turkey by sharing a post on its Twitter account.
The post, made on the social media account of NATO Allied Ground Command (LANDCOM), started with the words “Happy Victory Day”.
“Today is the 100th anniversary of Turkish independence. We join our Turkish allies in NATO and beyond in celebration of Victory and Turkish Armed Forces Day,” the message continued in English. has been shared.
He also tagged the Ministry of National Defense in his command post.
GREECE FILED OFFICIAL COMPLAINT
NATO’s August 30 post had a wide repercussion in Greece.
According to the news of the Kathimerini newspaper, the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that it has made an official complaint to NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. In the ministry statement, the declaration of the military alliance was described as an “unacceptable step”.
It has been reported that the Greek army will also file a complaint with the Supreme Headquarters of Allied Forces Europe, affiliated to NATO.
After Greece’s complaint, the post in question was deleted from LANDCOM’s official Twitter account.
LANDCOM, which regularly shares congratulatory messages on the national holidays of the member countries, celebrated the Greek Independence Day on March 25.