Tsipras visit to Moscow confirms thaw in relations with Russia after diplomatic spat
Skopje moves ahead with name deal ratification as Athens watches closely
Territorial waters, hydrocarbon research cause friction between Athens and Ankara
Killing puts strain on Greek-Albanian relations after stalled efforts to reach deal
Kotzias territorial waters comment not expected to spark change of approach in Athens
Athens believes name deal still alive, waits for move from Zaev
Foreign minister opens up about EU concerns
SYRIZA has made no secret of its desire to change Greece’s approach towards the European Union when it came to power, a theme that had a central role in its campaign.
Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias made an unforgettable first appearance at the EU General Affairs Council, after SYRIZA was elected in January 2015, when he vetoed a decision against the extension of EU sanctions against Russia due to the Ukrainian crisis.
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