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Turkey’s actions in Syria and the East Med, as well as the EU prospects of Albania and North Macedonia are top of the diplomatic agenda for Greece this week, amid high-level meetings between European officials.
Turkey’s offensive in north-eastern Syria was one of the issues discussed during Monday’s General Affairs Council and will be on the agenda for the European Council on October 17-18.
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