Greece and Turkey agree to reset relations in landmark talks.

In a historic meeting between Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan and Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis in Athens, Greece and Turkey have agreed to reboot their relations, marking a significant shift in their longstanding history of conflict. The two NATO allies outlined a roadmap aimed at fostering good neighborly relations, open communication channels, increased trade volumes, and collaborative efforts in addressing longstanding issues, particularly in the Aegean Sea. Both leaders expressed optimism, emphasizing the solvability of all outstanding matters. The thaw in relations follows a notable display of goodwill when Greece promptly provided aid to Turkey after a devastating earthquake. The focus now is on building a positive trajectory, with a target of raising bilateral trade volume to $10 billion.