Greece plays a mediator between Libya and Egypt


The Greek Foreign Minister, Nikos Kotzias, said his country is trying to obtain the role of a mediator between Libya and Egypt and help in the implementation of the Skhirat-signed political agreement.

In a joint presser Monday with the Foreign Minister of the Government of National Accord (GNA) Mohammed Sayala, Kotzias said Greece’s interest lies in the stability of the relations among all the countries of the Mediterranean, including Libya and Egypt.

“By the beginning of 2017, Greece is cherishing the reopening of the embassy in Tripoli and is looking forward to forming a joint establishment of universities.

Sayala told the Greek FM that both countries share the dilemma of illegal immigration through the Mediterranean and the economic crisis.

Greece’s Foreign Minister, Nikos Kotzias, arrived in Tripoli on Monday and met with GNA officials.

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