On Wednesday, it hosted a new round of Turkish-Greek consultative talks aimed at settling differences between the two NATO neighbors. The foreign ministries of Turkey and Greece confirmed via Twitter that the 63rd round of consultative talks was held in Ankara yesterday, without explaining further details. These talks, which began in March 2002 in Ankara, have been interrupted for five years.
And last January, after a new round of escalation, the two sides agreed to resume these talks. The previous round, the 62nd, of talks took place in Ankara on March 16. These talks aim to create a platform for Ankara and Athens to discuss their differences in the Aegean and the Eastern Mediterranean.
Source: Russia Today