Turkey friction looms as Greece and Albania opt for ICJ route, Lavrov visits Athens

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Albania, EastMed, Russia, Turkey
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Athens is trying to use all the diplomatic tools at its disposal to respond to what it sees as Turkish intransigence and aggressiveness in the Eastern Mediterranean.

Government sources are not hiding their concern regarding Ankara’s unwillingness to respond positively to numerous diplomatic efforts by various parties, including NATO’s recent initiative for a moratorium on military exercises by Greece and Turkey duri...

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