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The Greek government is continuing its diplomatic efforts to drum up opposition to the Maritime Jurisdictions Memorandum that Turkey signed last November with the UN-backed government in Libya.
The main aim of these diplomatic efforts is to convince Greece’s friends and allies that an end to the Libyan crisis cannot happen without the annulment of both agreements (including the Memorandum of a military cooperation) between Ankara and the Gover...
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