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Athens is greatly concerned about the further escalation of tension in the Aegean after Turkish coast guard patrol boat fired real ammunition during a military exercise in the area around the Greek island of Farmakonisi last Friday.
Greece’s Foreign and Defence ministries were on alert on Friday as Turkish actions went beyond the limits usually associated with Aegean infractions. Furthermore, Friday’s incident came after Ankara had reassured Athens through diplomatic channels that ...
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