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A quadrilateral meeting between Greece and three of its Balkan neighbours that took place in Thessaloniki recently may provide a springboard for an improvement in relations that have been severely tested by differing views on the handling of the refugee crisis.
The April 21-22 meeting was an opportunity for officials from Greece, Albania, Bulgaria and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) to exchange views on the common problems they face. While the atmosphere may have been tinged with suspicion an...
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