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Just a few days following Turkey’s decision to abstain from seismic research in disputed areas in the Aegean as a gesture of goodwill that could facilitate the beginning of discussions between Athens and Ankara, the situation does not look straightforward and the Greek side is facing difficult decisions.
There are two schools of thought on the Greek side and within the ruling New Democracy party, and both arguments are reflected even in the Greek press. There are those who believe that Athens and Ankara need to start talking at some point so the two sid...
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