“One of the negotiating principles of former US Secretary of State, James Baker, remains relevant to Greek foreign policy. Never allow the other to set the agenda. That exact principle was embraced by the Greek Prime Minister, thus strengthening the negotiating position of our country, recommending a starting point along with measurable progress, against the ‘doctrine of standstill’ but also the absence of planning for multiple scenarios on how Greek-Turkish relations may develop,” explains Sotiris Serbos in his article for newspaper TA NEA.

You may read the article in Greek here.