Greek, Turkish foreign ministers hold talks with focus on short- and medium-term aims

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Cyprus, Turkey, Ukraine

Athens foresees a smooth continuation of the next steps of the roadmap that has defined the ongoing Greek-Turkish dialogue, especially after the assurances it has received from the Turkish side that there will be no change in Ankara's stance following the heavy defeat of the ruling AKP party in the recent municipal elections.

The mandate of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s government is still fresh and the country’s constitution precludes any surprising developments, Greek diplomatic sources underlined.

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