Athens looks for improving mood rather than tangible outcome from Erdogan visit

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Albania, European Union, Turkey
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Athens sees the High-Level Cooperation Council between Greece and Turkey, due to take place this Thursday, as yet another opportunity for both sides to retain the positive mood in bilateral relations, which has existed for roughly the last 10 months.

However, the Greek side is not under any illusions about the possibility of significant progress being made on bilateral differences. The main aim is to expand co-operation in many fields within the framework of the so-called “positive agenda.”

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