After stinging Athens, Turkey’s Erdogan woos crowds in northern Greece

“We have made very important decisions to meet the needs of our ethnically Greek citizens, and it is our right to expect similar behavior from Greece,” he told cheering crowds outside a school in the region. The presidents of Turkey and Greece, Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Prokopis Pavlopoulos respectively, made sure that the former’s historic visit to Greece went beyond anodyne pleasantries. The matter at hand was interpretation of the 1923 Treaty of Lausanne. Source Reuters

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