Mitsotakis-Erdogan talks rubber stamp roadmap, allowing next steps
Mitsotakis prepares to meet Erdogan, hoping to build on recent momentum
Meeting of Greek, Turkish foreign ministers raises hopes for constructive dialogue
Greece and Turkey head towards crucial stage of negotiations
Athens eyes enhanced diplomatic role after hosting Zelensky and Balkan leaders
Beleri case dents Greek-Albanian relations, puts progress on hold
Athens expects tension with Turkey to drag on as chances of talks fade
The government in Athens has become certain that the acrimonious situation with Turkey will last at least until elections take place in the neighbouring country.
There is concern that this tactic and the aggressive rhetoric from President Recep Tayyip Erdogan could lead to a crisis situation until June, when elections will most probably take place.
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