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Greek Foreign Ministry receives copy of controversial Turkey-Libya deal

The Greek Foreign Ministry has received a copy with the content of the controversial “maritime boundaries” Memorandum of Understanding between Libya and Turkey, state broadcaster ERT reported Thursday noon.

Citing diplomatic sources, ERT reported that the Foreign Ministry is examining the content of the Agreement.

It is not clear, who handed over the deal to the Ministry.

It is worth noting that the Foreign Ministry had threatened to expel the Libyan ambassador to Athens, should he not deliver the MoU by Thursday, December 5.

Greek Premier Kyriakos Mitsotakis reportedly told Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan during their meeting on Wednesday that the MoU was “legally void” increasing complications in a troubled neighborhood.

Apparently Erdogan was not impressed and the Turkish Parliament is supposed to ratify the MoU later today.

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