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Pompeo Calls for the Easing of Tensions in Eastern Mediterranean

September 2, 2020

WASHINGTON — US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday called for the easing of tensions in the eastern Mediterranean, while delivering remarks to the media.

He reportedly called on Greece and Turkey to "reduce tensions" in order to stop the escalation in the eastern Mediterranean.

"We call on everyone to take a step towards easing tensions and starting diplomatic talks on the conflicts in the eastern Mediterranean," he told a news conference.

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