Diplomatic drive turns to Ukraine and Libya, again

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: European Union, Libya, Turkey

Greece’s foreign policy has focussed lately on building bridges and promoting cooperation from Northern Africa to the Black Sea with the aim of creating alliances which could act as counterbalance to Turkey’s policies in the same regions.

To what extent Greece can achieve such an ambitious target is still open to question.  

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