Fresh tension weakens prospects for next round of Greek-Turkish talks

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: EastMed, European Union, Turkey, USA
Photo by Sarah Murray via Flickr
Photo by Sarah Murray via Flickr

Ankara is involved in activities that are ratcheting up tension with Athens, something that diminishes any hopes that the pending 62nd round of exploratory talks will be productive.

Through various statements almost daily, Turkey is raising all the issues Greece does not want to discuss within the framework of the two countries’ bilateral talks. Among them are the so-called grey zones in the Aegean and the demilitarisation of Greek...

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