After the February 6 earthquake, Turkish-Greek relations are progressing in a positive atmosphere. Visitor traffic between the two countries continued to increase with mutual constructive messages. Greece’s closure of the Lavrion terrorist organization camp was assessed as an olive branch for Turkey. Erdogan and Mitsotakis will meet at the NATO summit in this changing climate.
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There are many tense issues between Türkiye and Greece. However, after the February 6 earthquake, visitor traffic between the two neighboring countries increased. Disaster diplomacy has ushered in a new era in relations.
Elections were recently completed in both Türkiye and Greece. Existing governments in both countries were re-elected. The leaders congratulated each other.
The deputy foreign ministers of Turkey and Greece met on March 22 in the “positive agenda” meetings between the two countries.
The title of the fourth round of the JCPOA was Ankara. The meeting provided a detailed update on progress on 25 topics. The next high-level meeting is expected to lay out the framework that will finalize the agreements.
Greece has taken an important step in the past period to maintain the positive atmosphere between the two countries. The Lavrion camp of the terrorist organization was closed. This move was assessed as an olive branch for Turkey.
Eyes on how relations between the two countries are developing at NATO Leaders Summit.
If the Erdogan-Mitsotakis meeting ends positively, it is expected that the mechanisms between the two countries will be revived.
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