Each side blamed the other for Monday's collision off an islet known as Imia in Greek and Kardak in Turkish.
"(Turkey) is not helping to smooth out the turbulence, it's doing the opposite", he said.
"Our message, now, tomorrow and always, is clear". "But Greece is also a country that must defend its territorial integrity as well as Europe's borders".More news: High Court Revokes Miguna Miguna's Deportation to Canada
"Including our ambitious energy agenda, where coordination with Ambassadors from Baku to Belgrade is intrinsic to our strategy", the statement explained highlighting that "Contrary to press reports, he will not be meeting with Turkish Foreign Affairs Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu".
Turkey and Greece discussed the incident in the Aegean Sea, Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said before the visit to Belarus, Turkish media reported on Feb.14.More news: Scottish minister warns foreign aid groups in wake of Oxfam scandal
"The prime minister noted rigorously to his Turkish counterpart that incidents like those in the region of Imia yesterday directly undermine Turkish-Greek and EU-Turkish relations and violate worldwide law", Tsipras΄ general secretariat said. He said that the incident did not cause problems.
"Turkey is provoking and violating Greek and European Union waters, it proceeds with acts that violate any notion of maritime law and is coming close to [causing] an "accident" in the Aegean".More news: Icardi to Man United is Mino Raiola's intention