The 63rd round of consultative talks between Turkey and Greece was held in Ankara on Wednesday, the Foreign Ministry said.
The talks, which began in March 2002, aim to resolve bilateral disputes in the Aegean and Mediterranean and lay the groundwork for a fair, lasting and comprehensive settlement to outstanding issues in the Aegean Sea.
The 62nd round of talks had been held in Athens on March 16 and the 61st were in Istanbul on Jan. 25, marking the first direct talks between the two countries in nearly five years after Athens suspended them following the 60th round in March 2016.
Bilateral talks between the countries continued in the form of political consultations but did not return to the exploratory framework.
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