Turkey to De-escalate and Dialing down Tensions in East Med


An other Administration in the U.S., a wish to re-set relations with the EU are behind Ankara’s de-escalation of tensions in volatile waters. Turkey and Greece resumed their exploratory talks after a five-year break on January 25. Resuming the talks after such a long break was received positively by many international actors as a sign of de-escalation in the Eastern Mediterranean. After a five-year hiatus, Turkey and Greece resumed exploratory talks last month in an attempt to avert further military escalation in the eastern Mediterranean. Both countries agreed to discuss the demilitarization of the Aegean islands and the delimitation of…

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