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Your Revert

Please only warn the part that's not based on a correct resource after understanding the historical issue of 50 years very well.
It seems you do not even know about the issue nor read the contents.
Also, you did not point out which part is how wrong; they are all facts, based on accredited sources.
It was not based on neutral point BEFORE from only one sided SOUTH KOREAN activists and I have added the neutral points.

Mount Athos border

Hello, thank you for contacting me. The mistake with the map is on the border. You can see the correct border in the link below. The problem is that in the image the border is more east than it should. Correct border:,23.9295459,10z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x14af3505d1d88cf3:0x7cdbcab532ff9281!8m2!3d40.2644928!4d24.2152731

Need your opinion on Mavi Vatan

Hi, may I ask something? I am not exactly sure if anyone here is following the developments in the East Mediterranean and Turkey's illegal actions, but in case you do (and I assume if someone does, it is most likely you), could you tell me what do you think about Mavi Vatan's inclusion to the article of the Aegean Dispute? This is an official concept adopted recently by the government of Turkey, which raises the number of Greek islands the sovereignty of which Turkey is challenging, from the number of 18 to the breathtaking number of 1.000+ islands. I am not very sure if this is early for inclusion to Wikipedia or it is just too extreme Turkish POV that it cannot even be taken seriously at all. And there is one more issue: Turkey's escalation of claims seems to be no longer fitting an article such as the Aegean Dispute and falls more, and even more, with every day that passes, to articles like "Turkish Nationalism / Turkish Irredendism". At this rate, since Turkey's claims on Greek islands are more about domestic purposes (hunting for votes) and less about actually wanting to conquer these areas, which is why I do start believing it fits more into Turkish nationalism. Your thoughts? --- SilentResident (talk ✉ | contribs ✎) 17:43, 3 October 2019 (UTC)

I usually do try to keep track of the Aegean issues, but I have to admit I haven't come across this "Mavi Vatan" concept. Any reliable sources about it? The problem is, I don't really trust either Greek or Turkish news outlets when it comes to describing these issues, so if there really is some new policy, we'd probably have a hard time finding out what its actual contents and legal implications are. Fut.Perf. 18:37, 3 October 2019 (UTC)
P.S. A brief Google search shows "Mavi Vatan" was the name of a naval exercise in February. What's the supposed "official concept" behind it, and how does it differ from the older policy? Any sources for either those "18" or "1.000+" islands? Fut.Perf. 18:43, 3 October 2019 (UTC)
But in any case, I won't be much inclined to have any further discussion with you about it, as long as you keep butchering the Imia/Kardak article with your clumsy, ignorant and incompetent POV editing. You really need to back off from these topics, completely. You are personally unsuitable to edit them, and will have to be topic-banned if you don't keep your hands off them voluntarily. Fut.Perf. 18:51, 3 October 2019 (UTC)
I am sorry to hear nothing has changed from your side. The article is on my watchlist and will remain so. We may have our differences in POV, but at least I have tried to work my way with you, without letting past disagreements get in such a personal way as you do. Wikipedia is a collective project and it is required that everyone here learns to work on the grounds of WP:GOODFAITH and WP:CIVILITY. Given your unfortunate response and reaction (which is more unfortunate given your position), I guess there is no point in ever coming to your talk page at all anymore. I guess the discussion will have to be opened in a relevant talk page instead, with editors who do not put their feelings above the project's importance. I am sorry for bothering you and don't expect more replies from me anymore. You just killed any chances that we'd mend our troubled relationship. Have a good day, sir. --- SilentResident (talk ✉ | contribs ✎) 19:19, 3 October 2019 (UTC)