The Greek foreign Minister commented on the decision of Turkey's Hagia Sophia
The Minister of foreign Affairs of Greece Nikos Dendias has called provocative the decision of Turkey to make the Hagia Sophia mosque in Istanbul, and said that informed the colleagues.
"I have informed my colleagues about the provocation, which has become the world's cultural heritage, as well as to UNESCO, the decision to annul the decree of Kemal atatürk, 1934 on the protection of the Hagia Sophia by its conversion into a Museum," Dendias wrote in his Twitter.
According to Dendias, he held a conference call with foreign Ministers from the European people's party on the eve of foreign Affairs Council of the EU, which will take place on Monday.
The state Council of Turkey on Friday canceled a decision dated 1934, about the transformation of Hagia Sophia into a Museum. Immediately after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced that he had signed a decree about the transformation of the Cathedral into a mosque and the beginning of Muslim worship there.