Greece recalls its Azerbaijan ambassador after ‘offensive’ claims

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Greece’s Foreign Ministry says it is recalling its ambassador to Azerbaijan following what it says are “completely unfounded and insulting allegations” by the Azerbaijani government that it is tolerating the preparation of terrorist acts.

In a statement on Wednesday, the ministry said the Greek ambassador had been recalled to Athens for consultations.

It said the Azerbaijani government had claimed Greece was tolerating the preparation of terrorist acts, attempts to recruit terrorist fighters and cyber attacks against Azerbaijan due to the latter’s conflict with Armenia over the separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh.

RELATED: Greece calls on Armenia-Azerbaijan to stop military operations immediately.

The ministry said it had filed a protest over the issue on Tuesday with the Azerbaijani ambassador in Greece.

Earlier this month, the Azerbaijani Ministry of Foreign Affairs cited media reports and other information that it said indicated that “thousands of ethnic Armenians” from several countries, including Greece, were heading to Nagorno-Karabakh.

READ MORE: Huge rallies held across Greece as Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict intensifies.

Source: Ekathimerini.

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