An analysis in the Greek press criticizes Greece’s policy towards Libya.
In the analysis signed by Yannis Magriotis in the To Vima newspaper published in Greece, it was stated that the Memorandum of Understanding regarding the delimitation of maritime competence signed between Turkey and Libya in 2019 led to changes in Greek foreign, defense and security policy.
In the analysis, which allegedly follows a revisionist policy, he questions that Greece is spending its “diplomatic capital” to invalidate the Turkish-Libyan Memorandum of Understanding, instead of solving problems in the Cyprus issue and Turkish-Greek relations and increasing its own geopolitical value.
It is recalled to the international community that with the demarcation agreement signed with Italy to show that Greece is bound by international law, the island of Othonoi, to the northwest of Corfu and similar in location to the island of Meis, has no full effect on the acceptance of the delimitation of the exclusive economic zone (EEZ) has been announced. .
The analysis stated that the agreement between Greece and Egypt regarding the partial delimitation of maritime jurisdiction areas in 2020 aims to cancel the memorandum of understanding between Turkey and Libya, and only in this way are new gray areas formed.
In the analysis, it was also criticized that the governments operating in Greece in recent years have not given due importance to relations with Libya.
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