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Greek diplomats have been consumed by their country’s relations with Turkey and the developments in the Eastern Mediterranean over the last couple of months.
Growing tension with Turkey has dictated the government’s priorities in foreign policy from its first day in office. This means there is a danger that Athens has not been able to give due attention to other issues on the foreign policy front.
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