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Submitted by Debanjan Banerjee (India), Oct 24, 2011 at 14:12

Dear Mr. jgets,

I have another possible solution. Greece at this point of time is badly in needs of finanical help considering her debts and the harsh austerity measures imposed upon her by the International community. So I propose that a tri-lateral commission including China ,Russia and Turkey come together and offer Greeks a deal whereby Athense in exchange of financial support would help a joint trilateral national block comprising Turkey-China-Russia to explore and if possible export the natural resources to Europe. Turkey has a historical right to the Eastern Mediterranean to ensure the security and stability of this area and that right is as much valid as Israel claims its rights to the holy land.

Egypt at this point of history does need one thing and that is uncultivated land for feeding its starving population. That can only be done if Egypt can be provided uncultivated land in countries such as say Southern Sudan . I guess the Egyptians can also join in the China-Russia-Turkey joint trilateral commission to expand its area of influence in countries such as Southern Sudan etc.


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