Turkey and Western Balkans top Greek agenda at European Council

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Balkan, EastMed, European Union, Turkey

The government in Athens has launched a series of diplomatic contacts as part of its strategy to confront Turkey’s revisionist views, especially on the status of the Greek islands in the Aegean.

Ankara continues to warn Athens that it will challenge the status of the islands if it fails to demilitarise them. In fact, Turkey appears determined to raise the issue during NATO’s Summit in Madrid, next week.

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