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Two weeks after the emergency summit of EU leaders stopped short of issuing a warning to Turkey, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis returns to Brussels for the EU Council meeting determined to press for a tougher stance.
Mitsotakis is expected to renew the argument for sanctions, after a new Turkish exploration mission in the Aegean, just south of Kastellorizo, led Athens to call off scheduled exploratory talks with its neighbour.
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