ATHENS – The eight Turkish soldiers who almost two years ago to Greece have fled, and shall, more than ever, hope that she will apply for political asylum. The Greek staatsradio ERT reported Wednesday that the supreme administrative court has determined that one of the interested parties with a permanent residence permit.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan demanded the extradition of the military.
According to lawyers means that decision also is good news for his seven companions, because now there is precedent. Judges also serve in the other cases with that quote to take into account.
The Turks went after the failed coup in the summer of 2016 with a helicopter to Greece and asked for asylum there. That put the relations between the two neighbouring countries under stress. Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan demanded extradition. Justice in Greece refuses to date because the eight no fair trial can expect to receive.
Turkey holds since the beginning of march two Greek soldiers, which, say accidentally, the border river Evros were crossed. The government in Athens speaks of a hostage, who is in Ankara of spying.