Poor prospects for new version of Greek-Turkish 'earthquake diplomacy'

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Mitsotakis, Turkey

The earthquake that struck Greece and Turkey last week was a reminder that whatever their geopolitical differences, the two countries share some geographical risks.

The most recent tremor to jolt Greece and Turkey came on on October 30, when a quake of 6.7 on the Richter scale shook Samos and Izmir. Dozens were killed in ─░zmir while two teenagers lost their lives on the Greek island.

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