Turkey's new Libya MoU prompts swift reaction from Athens, which mulls further moves

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: EastMed, Egypt, Turkey
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The ongoing tension between Greece and Turkey also permeated to other capitals last week, suggesting that the situation will drag on until elections will take place in both countries, sometime next year.

Athens has been aware for some time now that the next few months will be challenging on the foreign policy front. However, last week this assessment was confirmed by two parallel moves made by Ankara.

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