Athens goes along with EU over Libya, waits for Turkey's move at UN
Greece, Turkey launch new round of talks as Libya sea deal casts shadow
Athens treads softly as North Macedonia heads to elections and EU mulls accession
Greece faces dilemma over how to address relations with Turkey
Italian support over Libya buoys Athens as it looks to build broad East Med alliance
Athens steps up diplomatic efforts amid ongoing friction with Ankara
Contrasting views on Cyprus breakdown; Greek role under scrutiny
Amid efforts to revive the Cyprus peace process, the two leaders on the island have given different interpretations of what they believe caused the latest impasse in negotiations.
After initially appearing to be proceeding well, the talks in the Swiss resort of Mont Pelerin broke down on Monday. The two sides appeared to disagree over the territory that should be returned following a settlement.
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