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Athens watches Turkey-Russia rapprochement with interest
Athens has been closely monitoring Turkey’s attempt to mend fences with Moscow, a process that was highlighted by the visit of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Russia on Tuesday.
Like its European partners, Greece is particularly interested in what the warming of relations between Moscow and Ankara will bring because of the latter’s deteriorating ties with the West.
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