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The foreign ministers of Greece and Turkey, Nikos Dendias and Mevlut Cavusoglu held their first meeting in a year on Thursday on the sidelines of the GLOBSEC Forum, in Bratislava.
On “neutral” soil, the two ministers discussed the prospect of the 61st round of exploratory talks, for which a date has not been set yet despite the withdrawal of the Oruc Reis research vessel from maritime area that Greece claims to be part of its con...
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