Athens expands survey area off Crete, signs MoU with Egypt
Dendias's Libya tangle cuts off Athens-Tripoli communication
Athens takes plunge on gas exploration, sees hope in Israel-Lebanon deal
Mitsotakis seeks Libya cooperation, keeps open mind on extending territorial waters
Athens content with Scholz's first visit, looks for US backing on Libya
Turkish missile test adds to complexity of defence assessment in Athens
Expulsion of diplomats moves Greece further away from Russia, focus turns to energy
Bilateral relations between Greece and Russia entered uncharted waters after Athens made yet another momentous foreign policy decision by deciding to declare last week 12 Russian diplomats personae non gratae.
Greece joined on April 6 other European states that took similar steps in recent days after accusations of atrocities committed by Russian forces against civilians in Ukraine.
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