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As far as Greek foreign policy is concerned, the arrival of the new year has not brought the most encouraging signs as Ankara has launched a new round of aggressive rhetoric against Athens, with the latest warning coming from Turkey’s Defence Minister, Hulusi Akar.
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias recently called on Turkey to revoke the decision to consider an extension of territorial waters as a cause for war (casus belli) if it wants to normalise ties with Greece. Athens also...
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