Concerns prompt Athens to dampen optimism as Macedonia name talks begin
Athens gears up for name talks as coalition and opposition try to define their positions
Talks on Macedonia name issue to be ramped up but Kammenos unmoved
Erdogan visit leaves Athens with much to ponder, no visible signs of progress
Erdogan ends trip with softer tone, consensus on refugees
Erdogan makes forceful start to visit, catches Athens off guard
Erdogan comments draw new, but cautious, response from Athens
Athens has been forced to respond to remarks by Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan suggesting that Ankara should back the interests of populations formerly under Ottoman rule, which are the latest in a series of comments that views Greece sees as provocative.
Speaking at the Recep Tayyip Erdogan University (RTEU) in the province of Rize on Saturday about the campaign to recapture Mosul in northern Iraq, Erdogan said “we cannot draw boundaries to our heart, nor do we allow it,” and that “Turkey cannot disrega...
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