Former United States (US) National Security Advisor John Bolton,Bolton made scandalous statements against Türkiye. A coup supporter, added a new one to his scandalous statements against Türkiye. John Bolton targeted Türkiye and exxpressing his discomfort with Türkiye's North Atlantic Alliance (NATO) membership, Bolton suggested that Greece should be strengthened against Türkiye. Claiming that the US did not put enough pressure on Türkiye on the Eastern Mediterranean,
"We still have a lot of work to do," Bolton said.
Speaking to Greek Kathimerini, Bolton claimed that Türkiye was causing problems with Sweden's membership in NATO. Claiming that the US did not put enough pressure on Türkiye, Bolton claimed that instability would continue in the Eastern Mediterranean for this reason.
"We still have a lot of work to do," hesaid.
"As long as Erdogan has been in power, tensions between Greece and Türkiye have increased," Bolton said, going even further and using insolent expressions against Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Bolton, who claimed that he did not find it right to keep Türkiye in the NATO alliance, stated that he wanted to strengthen Greece. Claiming that Greece has a major role not only for the Black Sea but also for the Mediterranean,
"We are now seeing developments in the Middle East and Africa that will affect Europe very much. Greece's position as a Mediterranean country will be absolutely critical. Therefore, if it is acceptable to the government, I would favour a more comprehensive US military presence and co-operation with Greece," Bolton said.
A former US ambassador to the United Nations and Former US National Security Advisor John Bolton is known for his mistakes during his tenure and as a coup supporter. Former White House national security adviser, said on Jan 6, 2021 that he had helped plan attempted coups in foreign countries. John Bolton, admitted that he was involved in planning coups in foreign countries.
"As somebody who has helped plan coup d’états, not here, but, you know, other places, it takes a lot of work," Bolton added.
Later in his remarks, he cited Venezuela as an example in his book, and
"I wrote about (the coup in) Venezuela in the book, and it turned out not to be successful.” he added.