Territorial waters, hydrocarbon research cause friction between Athens and Ankara

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Cyprus, Kotzias, Tsipras, Turkey
Photo via www.nato.int
Photo via www.nato.int

Tension between Greece and Turkey has been relatively high over the last couple of weeks due to developments related to hydrocarbon research in the Eastern Mediterranean.

Even though Athens has not detected any so-called “provocations” from Turkey over Aegean-related issues, it has noticed that the rhetoric from Ankara has been more aggressive.

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