Looking for a rapprochement, but cautiously

Despite the seemingly more positive undertone in the comments made to Kathimerini by Recep Tayyip Erdogan, before Turkey's recent presidential elections, Greece has to remain vigilant, making good use of its deepening alliance with the United States, membership in the European Union and close cooperation with major countries in its region, namely Israel and Egypt.

The rapid developments in the first of these tracks was at the forefront this past month as members of the diaspora held their annual PSEKA Cyprus and Hellenic conference in Washington, DC, where they met and discussed with 39 leading members of the Senate and Congress, including the majority leader of the Senate, the Republican and the Democratic leaders of the House, as well as chairmen of important committees.

The same day, in New York, major figures of the Greek-American community hosted a dinner for...

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