Turkey wants Lausanne Treaty change


Reiterating a call frequently made by Turkish leaders, Turkey’s Energy Minister Fatih Dönmez raised the issue of renegotiating the Lausanne Treaty of 1923, which set out the modern borders between Greece and Turkey. “With the First World War and the wars that followed, there were some conditions that are not clear and perhaps these laid the foundations of today’s discussions. One of them is Lausanne. But 100 years have passed, I believe that we can sit down to discuss them, to negotiate,” he said on Monday. In an interview with Kanal 7, Dönmez once again blamed Athens for tensions in the region and…

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