Post-election push for Greek-Turkish talks being lined up

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Cyprus, European Union, Germany, NATO, Turkey, USA
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It seems that there will be an internationally coordinated new effort to bring Turkey and Greece back to discussions about their longstanding disputes after elections have taken place in both countries.

That was the main message from two western diplomats during the Delphi Economic Forum. It appears that the US and Germany are seeking to play a central role in this new initiative.

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