Greek-Turkish enmity to continue as polls loom, sea borders come into play

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: EastMed, SYRIZA, Turkey
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In a strange political coincidence, the first half of 2023 elections are due to be held in Cyprus, Greece, and Turkey.

In normal circumstances, this might have gone unnoticed, but the tension between Greece and Turkey shows no sign of abating as elections loom, although both sides appear to want to ensure it does not escalate into anything more serious

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