Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras delivers a speech from the small eastern Aegean island of Kastelorizo. (Andrea Bonetti /Greek Prime Minister's Office via AP)
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Relations between Greece and Turkey are experiencing a "period of instability," the Greek prime minister said Tuesday, stressing that Greece will not negotiate over any part of its territory.Aegean patrolling has intensified in recent weeks amid near-daily interceptions and mock dogfights between Greece and Turkey in disputed airspace."And Greece can defend its sovereign rights from edge to edge of this country".Although they are NATO allies, relations between Greece and Turkey have often been severely strained through the decades, mainly over territorial disputes in the Aegean and over Cyprus.
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