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Photo by Ardac via Flickr Athens resumes contact with Ankara as interest in FYROM referendum grows

The inauguration of the renovated Greek Consulate building in Izmir was considered a good chance for the resumption of talks between Athens and Ankara following the recent improvement in bilateral relations due to the release of the two Greek servicemen by Turkish authorities in mid-August after their six-month detention.

Photo by Panayotis Tzamaros/Fosphotos Greece-Russia spat intensifies but Athens hopes worst is over

Athens sought to ease tensions with Moscow on Thursday following an official confirmation by the Russia’s Ambassador to Greece Andrey Maslov that Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has cancelled plans to visit this autumn following the recent expulsion of Russian diplomats by the Greek government.

Photo by UNAOC via Flickr Athens gets first taste of Erdogan's new era in power

The latest chapter in Turkey's history began on July 9 when Recep Tayyip Erdogan was sworn in for another term as president of Turkey while launching a new political system that grants greater power to its leader.

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