Greece to expel Libyan ambassador over Turkey-Libya accord

Greece to expel Libyan ambassador over Turkey-Libya accord
Greece to expel Libyan ambassador over Turkey-Libya accord

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Jeddah - Yasmine El Tohamy - ATHENS: Greece on Friday said it was expelling the Libyan ambassador to the country, angered at an accord signed on Nov. 27 between Libya and Turkey mapping out a sea boundary between the two countries close to Crete.
Mohamed Younis AB Menfi had 72 hours to leave the country, Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias told a news briefing. Dendias called the Turkey-Libyan accord a ‘blatant violation of international law’.

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