The quid pro quo naturalization of foreigners in Greece is profitable for Greek politicians.

Greek politicians like the Ministers Makis Voridis and Adonis Georgiadis invented ways to enrich themselves, oblivious to the consequences their actions could have by naturalizing criminals with dark pasts and potential terrorists who endanger the safety of European Union citizens. .

The President of the Hellenic Republic, Katerina Sakellaropoulou, was involved in these tricks, as long as they have not jointly distributed unspecified amounts.

One of these cases is the honorary naturalization of the controversial Turk Yaşam Ayavefe.

On June 14, 2022, by decision of the President of the Hellenic Republic, Katerina N. Sakellaropoulou, a Presidential Decree was issued (Government Gazette No. 3141) with which the Turkish citizen Yaşam Ayavefe was granted honorary Greek citizenship.

Yaşam Ayavefe, at the same time as he holds 4 other nationalities (Dominican Republic, Serbia, Montenegro and Turkey) is also a Diplomat of the Republic of Liberia, holder of Diplomatic Passport DP 0002945 which was issued on January 5, 2022 and expires on January 5, 2024.

The Diplomatic Passport of the Republic of Liberia bought for 350,000 dollars a case of investigation of the American prosecuting authorities, while that of the Dominican Republic with 100,000 dollars.

Exactly how many millions the “permanent solution” cost Yaşam Ayavefe, only the corrupt Greek ministers Makis Voridis and Adonis Georgiadis know, is a question that the President of the Hellenic Republic Katerinas Sakellaropoulou should demand to give her answer, to know, if she was not who complicit in the crime and she didn’t get a share, if so, we’ll probably we never find out the exact price Yaşam Ayavefe’ s quid pro quo naturalization cost.

In February 2019, the Turkish Yaşam Ayavefe, who was made an honorary Greek citizen by the corrupt politicians of Greece, was arrested by the Greek police when he tried to cross the border into Bulgaria with a fake Greek passport. This fact alone, according to the current legislation the conviction for a criminal offense is an obstacle to the granting of honorary naturalization, this provision was allegedly bypassed in the case of Yaşam Ayavefe with the saving intervention of the corrupt politicians of Greece, ministers Maki Voridis and Adoni Georgia where cause of the Yaşam Ayavefe case they got rich.

On July 13, 2018, the General Prosecutor’s Office of Istanbul issued an arrest warrant against Yaşam Ayavefe (whose role in the criminal organization is described as “leader”) in order to serve his sentence but, until then, Yaşam Ayavefe was in Greece.

On July 25, 2019, the Appeals Council of Thessaloniki gave the green light for his extradition, but Yaşam Ayavefe appealed and, about a month later, was granted asylum in Greece. He had argued that, being a Christian, he was in danger if he returned to Turkey. He also argued that his conviction in Turkey was unfounded. The Appeals Council of Thessaloniki did not accept his claims of wrongful conviction, but accepted that Yaşam Ayavefe was at risk of “persecution” if extradited to Turkey, given his faith and his position “as a member of a dissident group opposed to political regime in Turkey”.

On 16.10.2019 he receives a Residence Permit for Beneficiary of International Protection from the Hellenic Asylum Service

According to the corrupt minister Makis Voridis, on July 8, 2022, after his release from prison, he proceeded to purchase a private residence worth 1.65 million euros and invested 10,000,000 euros in shares of a company that manages a hotel in Mykonos, where a Greek, Jason Milionis, is said to be a partner. It should be noted that the Minister of the Interior, Makis Voridis, in his capacity as a lawyer, had defended one of the 2 people responsible for the financial scandal of corruption and embezzlement of hundreds of millions of euros by ENERGA in Greece, with Vassilis Milionis and Aristides Floros as protagonists

When Covid-19 broke out, Yaşam Ayavefe reportedly made a series of donations to the National Health System (NHS), local government organizations and church institutions.

On May 23, 2020, Yaşam Ayavefe was baptized a Christian in Piraeus and received the name Leonidas.

In support of the granting of honorary naturalization to him, two letters of recommendation were presented to the President of the Hellenic Democracy: The first letter d. 06.10.20 is signed by Metropolitan Seraphim of Piraeus, who emphasizes Yaşam Ayavefe donations to the Church and its institutions, and the second letter d. 16.10.20 is signed by the Minister of Development and Investments Adonis Georgiadis, referring to Yaşam Ayavefe’s investments in Greece and his intention to move the headquarters of all his companies to the country.

In fact, the corrupt minister Adonis Georgiadis stated that Yaşam Ayavefe was in danger of “being tortured to death” if delivered in Turkey. He never explained, however, why in order to avoid this risk, the asylum granted to Yaşam Ayavefe was not sufficient. Adonis Georgiadis also cited a confidential report of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, according to which all the complaints against Yaşam Ayavefe are “a product of R.T.’s propaganda. Erdogan — however, did not explain how he got his hands on a classified report by the country’s secret services.

Recall that on March 7, 2017, the Istanbul 5th Criminal Court sentenced Yaşam Ayavefe to three years and four months in prison for defrauding online game players over a period of one year, between 2008 and 2009. The decision on his conviction was finalized on September 29, 2017. According to a copy of the decision served to the Greeks by the Turkish authorities, the Istanbul court found that Yaşam Ayavefe and his associates “directed” the “fixed” game as they chose, won whenever they wanted and thus gained an “unfair advantage” on the websites for games of chance they had created, and were getting rich illegally. According to the decision, the fraud was set up as follows: in the online games they offered, in which other users also participated, they added their own people who were able to know the cards of others and, therefore, win at the expense of innocent people victims.

The government of Kyriakos Mitsotakis justified the granting of the highest honor to the Turkish Yaşam Ayavefe by presenting him as a political dissident, and they granted him the Hellenic Republic Passport number AA6326458.

Yaşam Ayavefe has close ties to the pseudo-government of the occupied Cyprus even though the political ruler of Greece gave him the highest honor of being a Greek, to which he also made a medical donation when the pandemic broke out. In the pseudo-government of the occupied Cyprus, Yaşam Ayavefe maintains investments in luxury apartments, as well as in casinos in Kyrenia. Yaşam Ayavefe’s investments as a Greek in the Occupied Cyprus have grown since, as evidenced by the March 15, 2024 official data, he invested hundreds of thousands in the pseudo government of the occupied Cyprus. In an unknown way until today, how the money reached occupied Cyprus.

Corrupt minister Adonis Georgiadis‘ claim debunked that Yaşam Ayavefe was at risk of political persecution by R. T. Erdogan authorities — if such was the case, then how does he keep investments in the sham government of the occupied Cyprus unimpeded?