Tsipras aims for new alliances and EU changes after Brexit

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Brexit, European Union, SYRIZA

Greece is hoping that the uncertainty surrounding the UK’s future relationship with the EU will clear up relatively swiftly but it is not at the forefront of the group of countries that are calling for the British government to initiate Article 50 as soon as possible.

This appeared to be the line taken by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras at the European Council over the past two days.

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