Greece and Turkey head towards crucial stage of negotiations

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: EastMed, Turkey
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Greek-Turkish relations are entering the most crucial six-month period of the last three years. During this period, Athens and Ankara will try to find a common path that could lead to some of their disputes being resolved.

Both sides will attempt to build on the positive momentum generated following the devastating earthquakes of last February in Turkey.

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