Greece and Turkey edging forward with political dialogue

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Turkey

Greece and Turkey plan to take the next steps in their political dialogue on 11 March. Deputy Foreign Minister Alexandra Papadopoulou will meet her Turkish counterpart Burak Aksapar in Ankara to assess the most difficult issues on the agenda.

However, Athens does not expect any substantial progress. It seems that the main objective of both sides is to maintain the current calm in the Aegean.

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