The EU-Turkey Meeting in Varna will Happen after All
The EU-Turkey summit in Varna, scheduled for Monday, will be held after all. This is what the leaders of the union have decided at the meeting of the European Council, the BNR announced.
Yesterday, it became clear that the meeting could be postponed due to Greece's and Cyprus's objections to tensions between the two countries and Ankara over the detention of two Greek soldiers by the Turkish authorities. Although there will be a meeting, the EU condemns Turkey's actions in the Mediterranean and Aegean Sea, stressing its full solidarity with Cyprus and Greece, the report says.
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