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Athens draws up Turkey strategy after EU Council, Biden input
Athens has already begun to plan its new strategy by trying to predict Ankara’s moves following the latest European Council. The 27 EU leaders have given Turkey another chance but without a “cart blanche,” leaving the final decisions on EU-Turkey relations for their June Summit.
For Athens, the Council’s statement regarding Turkey is considered a small victory since the EU has finally adopted the so-called Borrell Report as a guideline for its relations with Ankara as the High Representative has included certain pre-conditions ...
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