Athens assesses new Turkish government, potential impact on imminent drive for fresh talks

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Turkey
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Athens is assessing Turkey’s new cabinet named last Saturday by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan after he extended his two-decade rule following victory in last month’s elections.

The new government in Ankara includes new finance and foreign ministers. The makeup of the new government in Turkey seems to send a signal to the West that President Erdogan is seeking a “modus vivendi” with Washington and Brussels, while actively pursu...

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