Athens broadly satisfied with EU Council approach on Turkey

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: EastMed, European Union, Turkey

The discussion about EU-Turkish relations at Friday’s European Council was not as thorough as expected but Greece emerged broadly satisfied about the “carrot and stick” approach that the Union plans on maintaining in its dealings with Ankara.

Athens would like to maintain its lines of communication with Ankara open and at the highest level, right up to the political leaderships of the two countries. However, Greek officials believe that the current climate of de-escalation in the Eastern Med...

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