Athens steps up diplomatic efforts amid ongoing friction with Ankara

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Turkey, USA

Greece is trying to expand its diplomatic activity in the wake of its latest spat with Turkey as relations with Ankara remain the number one foreign policy issue for Athens.

Greek authorities were on high alert on January 31, which marked the anniversary of the Imia incident that almost led to a war with Turkey in 1996, as a Turkish research vessel, the Oruc Reis, entered waters above Greeceā€™s continental shelf near the isl...

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