Greece and Turkey go into new round of exploratory talks with trust at a premium

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: EastMed, Turkey

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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