Libya parliament vows to invalidate Turkey maritime deal
Parliament chief stresses that deal between Turkey with rival UN-recognised Libyan government is ‘invalid’.
ATHENS – Libya’s elected parliament chief on Thursday vowed to invalidate a disputed maritime deal with Turkey signed with the rival UN-recognised government in Tripoli.
“We are here to stress that the deal is invalid. Those who signed it lack legality,” Aguila Saleh Issa, who was invited for talks in Athens, said through a translator.
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