Excluded from Libya talks, Athens vows to block decisions that ignore sea border concerns

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Athens has been left to watch from afar the latest international diplomatic initiatives aimed at bringing an end to the longstanding conflict in Libya.

Following Moscow’s recent unsuccessful efforts to resolve the Libyan crisis last Monday, Germany announced on Tuesday that it will host an international meeting, the “Berlin Conference”, with the participation of 12 other countries. Greece, though, was ...

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