Turkey's Varosha move adds new complexity to Greek-Turkish relations
Athens waits to be convinced of Ankara's willingness to talk
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Athens broadly satisfied with EU Council approach on Turkey
Mitsotakis and Erdogan break ice, look for calm summer
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Greece on alert over Turkish maritime plans, senses EU backing
Athens is on alert after Turkey announce plans, via a NAVTEX advisory on Tuesday, for a seismic survey south and east of the Greek island of Kastellorizo between July 21 and August 2.
However, diplomatic contacts are being made behind the scenes in a bid to defuse the situation. Germany is spearheading specific moves to help the two NATO allies step back from what is an increasingly tense situation.
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