Greece pinpoints flaws in Turkey's Aegean claims

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: European Union, Turkey
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Although there is relief in Athens at the relative calm in Greek-Turkish relations over the past few days, the government remains vigilant.

Greece wants to avoid being taken by surprise by any Turkish actions, particularly as the neighbouring country’s navy is active south of Crete.

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