Greece’s military is keeping a close eye on traditional rival Turkey after French and Dutch referendums on the EU Constitution raised questions over future EU enlargement, Defense Minister Spilios Spiliotopoulos said. “Turkey’s response appears to have been neutral,” Spiliotopoulos told The Associated Press. He added that Greece was “closely monitoring” Aegean air space after voters in France and the Netherlands rejected the EU Constitution in separate referendums this week. NATO allies Greece and Turkey have come to the brink of war three times since 1974. They have longstanding disputes over the war-divided island of Cyprus, as well as air space and territorial rights in the Aegean, despite recently improved relations. Greece says its national air space extends to 10 miles (16 kilometers), but Turkey recognizes only 6 miles (10 kilometers) — the same distance as territorial waters — often leading to accusations of air space violations. Spiliotopoulos yesterday attended an exercise near Athens code-named “Dolphin 05” in which warships, fighter jets, attack helicopters and special forces units responded to the capturing of a Greek island by “red forces.” Turkey’s national colors are red and white.