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Greece did not get the commitment it was looking for from its European partners on sanctions for Turkey, but the breakthrough regarding the EU Covid-19 recovery fund provided Athens with some relief as a tough year draws to close.
According to reports early on Friday, the European Council was set to adopt conclusions on Turkey that were less decisive than the Greek side was hoping for. Although admonishing Turkey for “provocative” actions in the Eastern Mediterranean and calling ...
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