Brigadier de l’Armée de terre grecque. Il démissionna en 2000 après la capture du leader kurde Abdullah Öcalan par la CIA, le Mossad et le MIT turc. Il était alors en mission d’accompagnement à Nairobi (Kenya), pour le compte du Renseignement grec. Très populaire en Grèce et à Chypre, il est l’auteur de nombreux ouvrages d’analyse géopolitique et dirige la maison d’édition Infognomon et le site internet InfognomonPolitics.
20 years ago, the Kurds of Anatolia were struggling for the recognition of their culture by Turkey. Their leader, Abdullah Ocalan, first of all found refuge in Damascus, close to Hafez el-Assad, but was then kidnapped by Israël and Turkey after an international chase. He is still being held in a Turkish military base. It is since his incarceration that the Kurdish movement has begun to move closer to NATO. The officer of the Greek Intelligence services who accompanied him during his flight now speaks.
Arrest of Musa Alerik
On May 2, 2018, a Turkish citizen named Musa Alerik, a worker in the municipality of Adrianople, passed by mistake into the Greek territory, in the area of Kastanies, and so got arrested by the guard of the nearby outpost.
The impression immediately created was that Musa Alerik’s case was "ideal" for Greece to handle it on the basis of reciprocity and ensure the release of the two Greek soldiers arrested on Thursday, March 1, because they had entered by mistake into (...)
Ankara and Bagdad have reached a secret agreement to create a new means of communication between them and to cut the customs revenues of Erbil, the regional Kurdish government. Iraq will deploy 13,000 men from 12 October to guarantee the control of this route, the security of which will be guaranteed by the Turkish army from November. Then it will be possible for Turkey to invade the Iraqi Kurdistan.
Ankara massacre (86 dead and 186 wounded, 10 October 2015) was not claimed. However, given the prior determination of the PKK to declare a cease-fire during the election period, the willingness of President Erdoğan to scare his own electorate, and the criminal past of the Turkish Deep State, there is no doubt for Savvas Kalenteridis that the responsibility goes to Ankara.