Added layer of complexity to Greek-Turkish relations in wake of failed coup

PoliticsForeign Policy
Photo by @PrimeministerGr
Photo by @PrimeministerGr

Relations between Greece and Turkey remain finely balanced in the wake of the failed coup in the neighbouring country, with a number of issues adding to the tension between Athens and Ankara.

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras contacted a number of European leaders in the wake of the attempted coup in Turkey on July 15 in the hope that the EU will adopt a common line vis a vis Ankara. Greek government sources argue that the European strategy shou...

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