Clock ticking on Greek and EU reaction to Turkish activity in East Med

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Cyprus, EastMed, European Union, Turkey
Photo via EC - Audiovisual Service
Photo via EC - Audiovisual Service

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis is expected to raise Greece’s concerns about Turkey’s activities in the Eastern Mediterranean when he takes part in a call with EU leaders on Wednesday to discuss the situation in Belarus.

Athens wants to keep the Turkish issue in the spotlight after foreign ministers from some EU member states refused last week to agree on a joint statement that would call on Ankara to cease its hydrocarbon research activity in areas that Greece deems to...

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