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In his address to the 77th United Nations General Assembly last Friday, Kyriakos Mitsotakis chose to point out the benefits of a peaceful and cooperative atmosphere between Greece and Turkey, but also to draw his government’s red lines vis a vis Turkey’s revisionist policies, making it clear that security, stability, and territorial integrity are non-negotiable for Athens.
Mitsotakis also tried to give the big picture surrounding the war in Ukraine. He argued that what is currently at stake goes beyond the sovereignty of a single country that is under attack and is actually a common battle of the West against every kind o...
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