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Amid lack of communication, overflights add to Greek-Turkish tension
Athens is concerned about the continuous overflights by Turkish fighter jets in the Aegean as these currently involve large and inhabited Greek islands as well as parts of Greece’s mainland.
Meanwhile, Ankara is showing no real interest of opening new communication channels with Greece. This is also a cause of concern for the Greek government as well as diplomats and experts in Greek-Turkish relations.
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