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Athens hoping EU diplomatic drive will defuse latest Aegean crisis
Greece is stepping up its diplomatic efforts in the hope of securing a united European reaction to Turkey’s action in the Aegean as the Oruc Reis research vessel continued its activity in the area.
The ship is still sailing in a sea area comprising what Athens believes to be its continental shelf, south of Crete and on the edge of the maritime boundaries delineated by the recent agreement between Greece and Egypt. Significantly, the Oruc Reis has ...
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