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The state of Greek–Turkish relations will be the main issue under discussion at the National Council of Foreign Affairs to be convened under the chairmanship of Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias, next Tuesday.
Kotzias’s decision to convene the council, which usually gives the minister the chance to inform representatives of political parties behind closed doors about the latest diplomatic developments, comes in the wake of the implementation of the EU–Turkey ...
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