Greece always open to dialogue with Turkey that is based on international law, diplomatic sources say

The Turkish foreign ministry, anxious to shift the focus of the discussion away from Turkey’s illegal behaviour, has dubbed a NATO proposal made on a technical level for reducing the tension that Turkey is itself causing in the Eastern Mediterranean region as “talks”, Greek diplomatic sources said on Friday.
It would be a good thing if it also showed the same enthusiasm for the political stakes, which are the need to terminate Turkish provocative actions and withdraw the Oruc Reis and Turkish vessels from the Greek continental shelf, added the same sources.
Greece is always open to dialogue with Turkey, with international law as the reference framework (and not the attempt to impose faits accomplis), and it’s a pity that Turkey stubbornly refuses to understand this, the Greek diplomatic sources concluded.