Athens takes Turkish foreign policy pivot in its stride, sticks to Egypt, Israel goal

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Egypt, Israel
Photo by Ardac via Flickr
Photo by Ardac via Flickr

Athens was not caught by surprise when the news broke on June 27 that Turkey decided to make a dramatic change in its foreign policy.

On that day, Turkey's Prime Minister Binali Yildirim announced a deal with Israel, normalising relations after the major rift over Gaza and the flotilla crisis of 2010.

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