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Davutoglu departure prompts concern about Turkish unpredictability in Athens
Greece is keeping a closer eye on developments in Turkey as a result of Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu’s decision to step down at an extraordinary congress of his ruling AK Party later this month following a major row with president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Apart from the consequences in regards to the Kurdish issue as well as the Syrian crisis, Athens is concerned about the possible effect it will have on Greek- Turkish relations. There is already tension between the two countries because of Turkish milit...
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