Diplomatic drive turns to Ukraine and Libya, againPoliticsForeign Policy
Greece’s foreign policy has focussed lately on building bridges and promoting cooperation from Northern Africa to the Black Sea with the aim of creating alliances which could act as counterbalance to Turkey’s policies in the same regions.
FM heads to Ankara for rare talks as Greece and Turkey court LibyaPoliticsForeign Policy
Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias is visiting Ankara on Thursday, where he is expected to also be received by Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan following an invitation that arrived in Athens on Wednesday evening.
Greece set to reopen embassy in Libya as it seeks better ties with TripoliPoliticsForeign Policy
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.
Haftar defeats prompt Athens to take fresh look at Libya crisisPoliticsForeign Policy
Developments in Libya, where a UN-backed government of National Accord (GNA) supported militarily by Turkey has scored some victories over Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, are causing concern in Athens.