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The interview given by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis to ANT-1 TV on Monday did not only focus on the surveillance scandal, but also revealed how Athens intends to respond to Ankara’s attempt to contest and challenge in practical terms Greek sovereign rights via the Libya-Turkey memorandum.
Commenting on the attitude of Turkey and the memorandum with Libya, Mitsotakis announced the intention of Greece to approach Libya on a number of issues, including the beginning of talks on the delimitation of maritime zones.
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