Greece set to reopen embassy in Libya as it seeks better ties with Tripoli

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Libya, Turkey
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Greece is due to reopen this Tuesday its embassy in Libya's capital Tripoli, which has been closed since 2014 amid the civil war that has torn apart the North African country.

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis will be present at the re-opening of the Greek Embassy. He is expected to hold talks with his Libyan counterpart, Abdulhamid AlDabaiba as well as with former Ambassador to Athens and current head of Libya’s presidency ...

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