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Athens is seeking a way to move towards a normalisation of Greek–Turkish relations through Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim’s visit to Greece on Monday, when he held substantial talks with Greek Premier Alexis Tsipras.
In their statements after the talks, both men tried to put the emphasis on the “positive agenda” between the two neighbouring countries whose relations are troubled by unresolved issues.
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