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  1. US Secretary of State Pompeo to meet Turkey's Cavusoglu

    US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is to meet Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu in the Dominican Republic on Sunday, CNN quoted acting assistant secretary of state Michael Kozak as saying on Friday. 

  2. During EU teleconference, Greece and Germany disagree on Turkey stance

    During EU teleconference of the European Union Foreign Affairs Council (FAC) on Friday, Greece and Germany disagreed on the content of the statement officials had planned to issue after the talks, according to diplomatic sources.

  3. Dendias: Turkey the only one to blame for East Med tension

    Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias told Friday's emergency meeting of the European Union Council of Foreign Affairs that Turkey is the only one to blame for the escalation of tension in the Eastern Mediterranean and must leave the Greek continental shelf immediately.

  4. Macron talks to Trump about East Med

    As part of his initiatives regarding the Eastern Mediterranean and Libya, French President Emanuel Macron said in a tweet on Friday that he contacted his US counterpart Donald Trump, adding that their views about the region are identical and will be imposed.


  5. ‘Political correctness’ and the continental shelf

    The average Greek naturally feels concerned and insecure about the persisting tension in Greek-Turkish relations.

  6. Staying safe, until next year

    No virus can harm one’s faith or customs. Nor is the exigency for health-protecting measures a blow to religious freedom. 

  7. Incentives to use electric cars

    The government is preparing significant tax incentives to encourage the use of zero- and low-emission vehicles, as well as the proliferation of electric vehicle charging stations.

  8. Dendias hopes to avoid conflict in eastern Mediterranean Sea

    Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias said on Friday he hoped that all parties involved in a dispute in the eastern Mediterranean Sea will act according to international law and that there will be no conflict.

  9. Any move against Turkey’s vessels will get a response, Akar says

    Any move against Turkey’s vessels in the Eastern Mediterranean will get a response, the country’s defense minister, Hulusi Akar, said in a video message to Turkish crew members.

  10. EU holding urgent talks on East Med tension

    European Union foreign ministers were holding urgent talks Friday on military tensions between Greece and Turkey as the neighboring countries’ navies continued a game of brinkmanship over eastern Mediterranean drilling rights.

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