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Foreign policy emerges as potential point of friction between EU and new Greek government
Foreign policy, rather than bailout terms or debt relief, is emerging as the first potential point of conflict between Greece and the European Union after the SYRIZA-led government indicated displeasure over calls for further sanctions against Russia due to fighting in eastern Ukraine.
The new Greek government voiced its objections on Tuesday after a European Council statement called on EU foreign ministers to adopt further measures against Russia when they meet on Thursday. Athens said it had not consented to the statement. Reports s...
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