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Espionage Conviction Strains Greek-Turkish Relations

The recent espionage case, resulting in the conviction of a Greek national employed at a Turkish consulate in Rhodes, has escalated tensions between Greece and Turkey. The individual received a fiveyear prison sentence for documenting Greek military movements in the Aegean Sea, highlighting the longstanding disputes and delicate relations between the two neighboring NATO allies.

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Navigating Neighbors: The Greek-Turkish Relation Evolution

President Erdogan’s recent visit to Athens marked a historic step towards improving GreekTurkish relations, with both nations signing a declaration of friendship and agreeing on fifteen nonbinding agreements to enhance cooperation. The visit also has implications for the Cyprus issue, as Greece considers a strategic pivot and a potential end to the diplomatic deadlock.

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Greek-Turkish Relations: A Hopeful Turn for Cyprus

A key conversation between Cypriot President Nikos Christodoulides and Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis signals a hopeful turn in GreekTurkish relations, potentially aiding Cyprus. Diplomatic progress, including talks of joint hydrocarbon exploitation and a focus on regional stability, suggests a cooperative future could be on the horizon, with benefits extending to Cyprus.

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