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Dibiba said that the maritime authorization agreement between Turkey and his country guarantees Libya’s maritime and economic rights in the Mediterranean.

In an interview with the Saudi Al-Hadas TV channel, Libyan Prime Minister Abdelhamid Debbie made assessments about the maritime authorization agreement reached between Turkey and Libya and the decision in which Egypt announced that it had unilaterally defined the maritime borders with Libya.

“The agreement with Turkey guarantees Libya’s maritime and economic rights in the Mediterranean,” Debebe said. He said.

Pointing out that his country obtained its economic right in agreement with Turkey, Dibiba said, “Libya obtained its economic right through this agreement. This is a right of Libyans, and no other person or country can take it away. We hope for general coordination and we want all countries to agree.” He used his statements.

We completely reject Egypt’s move

Dibibe stated that they rejected the decision in which Egypt announced that it had defined the maritime borders with Libya, and said: “The agreements on maritime borders and the continental shelf cannot be unilateral. We completely reject this Egyptian step.” He rated it.

Debbie called for an agreement to be reached through the formation of a committee to define the maritime borders between Egypt and Libya, and said, “We demand our Egyptian brothers to form a bilateral committee and reach an agreement. If there is no agreement, there is the United Nations, there is the court, and there is the law. No one can make decisions.” On his own. If they see that the Libyan side is weak, we reject it. If they are friends and neighbors, we will be happy with the bilateral agreement.” Use his statements.

News published by the Egyptian media on December 13th published Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi’s decision regarding the delineation of his country’s western maritime borders.

In a statement issued by the Libyan Ministry of Foreign Affairs last December 17, he described Egypt’s decision to define the maritime borders of the two countries as “unilateral” and stated that Libya had completely rejected this decision.

It was curious how Greece, which had staunchly opposed the Maritime Delegation Agreement between Turkey and Libya, would respond to Debebe’s latest statement.

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