Athens sees diplomatic progress and obstacles on migration

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: European Union, Migration, Refugees, Turkey
Photo via www.mfa.gr
Photo via www.mfa.gr

The high-level visit of the three European Union presidents to the Greek-Turkish border on Tuesday amid tensions in the area pleased Athens. Government officials claim it was the result of initiatives taken by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis personally.

The government is also satisfied with the messages of solidarity sent by the European Union. Athens has already managed to get on its side several EU member states in central and eastern Europe, like Austria, that are in favour of stricter measures on t...

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