The General staff of the Turkish armed forces have developed a plan for the invasion of Greece and Armenia. The corresponding secret document was found in the materials of court cases in the attempt of a military coup in Turkey in 2016, where it mistakenly included the investigator. This writes the news site Nordic Monitor, controlled by non-profit Swedish organisation Nordic Research Monitoring Network.
The document is a PowerPoint presentation, the first slide which contains the title TSK Çakabey Harekât Planlama Direktifi (“Directive on the planning operations of the Turkish armed forces”) and the date of 13 June 2014. After that date the materials will likely have been updated, suggests the author.
On the other slide is a list of several plans of operations, most of which blocked out. Remained intact only two plans for the invasion of Armenia (composed of 15 August 2000) and Greece (13 June 2014). Any details of these plans are available for review, thus, only aware of their existence, emphasizes the Nordic Monitor.
The plan for the invasion of Greece was codenamed “Chuck Bay” in honor of the Seljuk Emir Chaka Bey, whose fleet in the XI century was conquered in the Aegean sea Islands of Lesvos, Chios, Samos and Rhodes. The plan for the conquest of Armenia was named “Altai” by the name of General Fahrettin Altay, who commanded one of the corps during the Turkish war of independence.
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