Haftar defeats prompt Athens to take fresh look at Libya crisis

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: EastMed, Libya, Turkey, USA
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Developments in Libya, where a UN-backed government of National Accord (GNA) supported militarily by Turkey has scored some victories over Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, are causing concern in Athens.

Greece is hoping that these developments will not prevent it from taking part in a possible second round of talks aimed at a political solution to end the civil war in the North African country.

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