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The European Union welcomes the resumed exploratory talks between Turkey and Greece, the bloc’s foreign affairs chief said on Monday.

Axar.az reports citing foreign media that in a press conference following a meeting of EU foreign ministers, Josep Borrell called the restarted exploratory talks “an important step” towards “advancing and consolidating our dialogue and cooperation.”

He also praised “the important messages and gestures of the Turkish authorities” to settle last year’s tensions with the bloc.

“We reviewed all the issues that put a lot of troubles in our relations in 2020, and both of us agreed to overcome them,” he said referring to Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu's visit last week to Brussels, the de facto EU capital.

The leaders promised to “look for a better way of sharing concerns and working together for a better neighbourhood,” Borrell explained.

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2021.01.26 / 13:32
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