Athens mulls next move after Ankara writes to UN over maritime boundaries

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Turkey submitted a letter to the United Nations on March 18 that gives Greece food for thought regarding its neighbour’s intentions and the next steps Athens should take.

Ankara has been trying for some time to push for its maritime accord with the UN-backed government in Tripoli, signed last November, to be recorded at the UN Secretariat.

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