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Greeks losing faith in dialogue with Turkey, poll indicates
The percentage of Greeks who believe that the bilateral issues between Greece and Turkey can be solved through dialogue has declined significantly to reach its lowest level since 2003, according to a new survey that also shows that support for the idea that Greece and Cypriot share common interests remains stable.
Only 65 percent of respondents said they believed negotiations could solve the differences between the two countries, down from the high of 81 percent recorded in 2004 and 74 percent in 2008, according to the annual Public Issue poll on attitudes in Gre...
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