Baerbock visit leaves Athens hopeful of shift in Germany's stance on Greek-Turkish disputes

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Defence, Germany, Migration, Refugees, Turkey

German Foreign Minister Analena Baerbock visited Athens for the first time since her appointment next week and there is a feeling among Greek officials that it may have marked a shift in the way Berlin views the enduring disputes between Athens and Ankara.

Athens has frequently complained about Berlin trying to maintain an equidistance between Greece and Turkey when approaching issues related to the two countries.

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