Athens eyes multiple benefits from joining China-backed 17+1 initiative

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Albania, China, Tsipras

Greece joined last week the China-backed coalition of central and eastern European nations, the so called 16+1 group, becoming the 17th member of the collective.

The Dubrovnik meeting last Friday approved Greece’s longstanding ambition to become one of the members of this coalition, which could enhance China’s influence in Greece and parts of the European Union.

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