Athens makes landmark foreign policy shift by sending arms to Ukraine

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: European Union, Russia, Turkey, United Nations
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Athens has shown its support for Kiev following Russia’s invasion by sending ammunition to Ukraine, while also condemning any revisionist trend “from any source whatsoever,” as Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said during a NATO teleconference, on Friday.

Government sources insist on Greece’s alignment with the EU and NATO partners, which explains to a great extent a turning point for Greek foreign policy, marked by Athens’s decision to send military equipment to a third country facing war.

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