Greece, Turkey launch new round of talks as Libya sea deal casts shadow

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Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias is due in Brussels on Monday to attend the General Affairs Council which will focus, among other things, on the ongoing developments in Libya.

According to media reports, Athens is concerned that within the next few days the United Nations will post the geographical coordinates outlined in the maritime border agreement signed by Turkey and the UN-backed government in Libya on November 29, 2019.

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