Athens on diplomatic drive to secure support over migration flare-up

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: European Union, Migration, Refugees, Turkey

The Greek government is trying to handle the current crisis on its borders with Turkey in two ways: By fortifying its military and police presence and taking up diplomatic initiatives to tackle what it calls an "asymmetric threat."

The visit on Tuesday of the three heads of the European institutions to the Evros border with Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis is considered by Athens a strong message of European support and solidarity and an outcome of the government's constant dipl...

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