In 2024, Greece and Turkey look to build on diplomatic progress made in previous months

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Cyprus, Turkey

In 2023, Greece and Turkey faced parliamentary and presidential elections respectively, which paved the way for a new chapter in their diplomatic relations. It became a year during which the two neighbouring countries experienced the calmest period in their bilateral relations, since the failed coup in Turkey in 2016.

Just before the deadly earthquakes of last February in Turkey, both governments were already seeking ways to de-escalate following a period of roughly 2.5 years of tension. In December 2022, the two diplomatic advisors of the Greek Prime Minister and Tu...

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