Greece decries Turkish-Libyan MOU on maritime...
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Greece’s government decried on Friday a memorandum of understanding (MOU) signed between Turkey and Libya earlier this week on the establishment of maritime boundaries in the Mediterranean Sea. Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias summoned Libya’s ambassador to Greece on Friday to express Athens’ discontent and asked him to present the accord signed in Istanbul on Wednesday by Dec. 5, “Kathimerini” (Daily) and several Greek media outlets reported. Otherwise, the Libyan ambassador will be considered...
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