EU Council sidesteps sanctions, puts focus on constructive Greek-Turkish talks

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Cyprus, EastMed, European Union, Mitsotakis, Tsipras, Turkey

As the dust settles from last week’s European Council, the Greek government is assessing where it stands, particularly in relation to the backing it has from its EU partners in relation to negotiations with Turkey.

It was clear from the outcome of the discussions in Brussels, and the summit’s conclusions, that although Greece managed to obtain some limited concessions, the EU’s focus is on encouraging meaningful talks between Athens and Ankara, and facilitating an...

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