US points to ‘America’s national interests’ for double standard on Greece


The US State Department on Wednesday pointed to “America’s national interests” in response to a question about Greece’s violation of an international treaty by deploying US armored vehicles on two Aegean islands.

When asked by an Anadolu Agency reporter about a protest lodged by Türkiye against Washington for providing Greece with military vehicles, spokesman Ned Price admitted that the US is implementing a double standard on provisions of its…

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