Turkish jets violate Greek airspace during Army's celebration of the National Holiday

 
 Greece's Armed Forces marked the anniversary of the national holiday of the War of Independence on Wednesday with a ceremony on the border with Turkey at Evros.

Army units raised the Greek flag near the crossing point to Turkey in the village of Kastanites.

It is precisely this staff that has been the focal point of repeated efforts by thousands of migrants and asylum seekers to cross the Greek border since a statement by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on March 1 stating that everyone was free to move to Europe.

Meanwhile, Turkish planes continued to infringe on Greek airspace even on the country's national holiday.

Defense sources in Athens say some Turkish F-16 fighter jets violated Greek airspace at least ten times by flying over the eastern Aegean islands, including the western edge of Lesvos, Farmakonisi, Ro and Agios Efstratios.
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