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During Alexis Tsipras' state visit, the first in 11 years by a Greek prime minister to Ankara, Greece and Turkey made rather small and careful steps aimed at resolving their bilateral disputes.
The two men, who have met at least seven times during the last four years, made a tour d' horizon of all the issues that still remain open, disputed and most of the times provoke low-level tension or crises between the two sides such as the Aegean, Cypr...
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