EU highlights Greek border concerns but Athens concerned about Aegean

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Greece’s land and sea borders, as well as air space, are back in focus after the European Commission’s decision to extend frontier controls in the Schengen area for another six months and rising concern about Turkey’s activity in the Aegean.

The Commission confirmed on Wednesday, as expected, that the suspension of free travel could remain in place and that Greece continues to experience some “serious deficiencies” in the control of its borders. Athens has not yet been able to fully deploy ...

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