Greece seeks to mend fences with Austria but frets about EU-Turkey deal

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Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias' decision to visit Vienna this week has been viewed as a goodwill gesture from Athens in a bid to restore its relations with Austria, which had been sorely tested by the refugee crisis.

Kotzias visit came less than three months after Greece recalled its ambassador from Austria in protest over Vienna not inviting a Greek delegation to its “Western Balkans conference” on the refugee crisis. At the time, the Austrian government had claime...

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