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Heading for talks with Turkey, Athens sets expectations low
After several weeks of high tension in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean, Greece has confirmed that it is heading for talks with Turkey, although there is a sense in Athens that expectations for a breakthrough are low.
“The resumption of exploratory contacts between Greece and Turkey has to do with talks, rather than negotiations. Conducting talks means that we are trying to find rules on the basis of which we will negotiate,” said Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias...
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