Turkey's election campaign came to Greece on Thursday as the country's main opposition candidate, Muharrem Ince, visited the town of Komotini in western Thrace.
The Republican People's Party (CHP) candidate for the upcoming snap presidential election on June 24, visited the Turkish consulate in Komotini before speaking at an open-air rally in the center of the town.
According to reports, Ince spoke briefly in Turkish to the assembled crowd.
Replying to questions from the media, he refused to be drawn on the fate of the two Greek soldiers being held in a Turkish jail since March 1.
"Justice will be served," he was only heard as saying.