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After months of bilateral tension over maritime borders and gas exploration rights, Turkish and Greek diplomats are scheduled to resume in Istanbul this Monday, January 25, the exploratory talks long-standing territorial disputes in the Aegean between the two countries.
The next few months will be crucial for the course of Greek-Turkish relations especially ahead of the European Council in March. This difficult period begins with the diplomatic meeting in Turkey, which will break a nearly five-year hiatus in the talks ...
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