Athens poised to take next steps on maritime borders

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Balkan, EastMed, Egypt, Libya, Turkey
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The war in Ukraine and the energy crisis it precipitated have created a new environment for co-operation and synergies in the Eastern Mediterranean.

The need to create new energy routes has presented a unique opportunity for settling outstanding issues in the region, such as the landmark agreement between Israel and Lebanon.

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