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Greece is closely monitoring developments on the Ukrainian crisis but has no intention of being caught up in the fierce confrontation between the West and Moscow. Athens does not wish to take sides in the dispute.
This was evident in statements made by Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias following his meetings with representatives of Greece’s political parties on Tuesday.
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