Athens looks to bolster ties with African states, beyond Libya

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Libya, Turkey
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For some time, Greece has paid little attention to Africa and especially the northern part of the continent, where it could potentially have a strategic footprint.

One of the consequences of this absence was the signing of the Turkey-Libya Maritime Boundary Treaty in November 2019, which served as a warning for Greece and the way it views Africa. Also, Turkey’s military presence in Libya and its diplomatic activit...

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