Five members of a Greek rescue team were killed and 10 others were injured in a traffic accident in flood-ravaged eastern Libya, the Greek prime minister confirmed on Monday morning.
Libyan Foreign Minister Najla Elmangoush affirmed Libya’s desire to develop relations with its regional neighbors during a phone call with…
Greek Migration Minister Dimitris Kairidis called on the EU to resume an operation that aims to halt migrants before leaving Libya.
Four people who survived the migrant boat disaster off the coast of Greece say the actions of the Greek coastguard caused the crowded fishing vessel to sink, according to BBC.
Nine Egyptians have been arrested on suspicion of being people smugglers after the migrant boat disaster off Greece that claimed at least 78 lives, a port source told AFP Thursday.
The further strengthening of strategic relations between Greece and Egypt was the focus of a meeting between Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and visiting Egyptian Foreign Affairs Ministers Sameh Shoukry at Maximos Mansion on Tuesday.
Flights between Athens and Benghazi will launch on Thursday, the Greek Foreign Affairs Ministry announced on Tuesday.
The first flight between Athens (Eleftherios Venizelos) International Airport and Benghazi’s Benina Airport is scheduled to take place on 2 March, Greece’s Consul, Stavros Venizelos, confirmed to Libyan press.
U.S. Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, said Tuesday it is important to get to elections in Libya “as quickly as reasonably possible to have a government that has the legitimacy of having been selected by the people.”
The Greek Foreign Ministry has reiterated Greece’s readiness for negotiations with the Libyan government that will emerge after elections are held there on the delimitation of the maritime zones, based on the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), Greek Ekathimerini newspaper reported.