Athens moves on after Berlin Conference absence, seeks more active role in Libya developments

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: European Union, Turkey
Photo via www.mfa.gr
Photo via www.mfa.gr

In Greece’s absence, the Berlin Conference ended on Sunday with an agreement among all the participants to respect a much-violated arms embargo, to hold off on military support to the warring parties and push them to reach a full ceasefire.

It seems the conflict will not be resolved militarily, so the warring factions are now willing to seek a political solution. This issue was discussed during the EU foreign ministers’ meeting in Brussels on Monday, where Greece’s representative had a cha...

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