Tragedies bring period of calm in Greek-Turkish relations

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Cyprus, NATO, Turkey

Two tragic events in Turkey and Greece have paved the way for a period of calm between the two countries and a change in the atmosphere in bilateral relations.

The deadly earthquakes in Turkey and the fatal rail accident in central Greece have caused solidarity between the two peoples and a new period of improvement for the Greek-Turkish relations.

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