The Turkish and Libyan governments have signed an agreement for energy exploration in the eastern Mediterranean.
Diplomatic tensions are rising once again in the eastern Mediterranean, sparked by a dispute about oil and gas rights.
Libya and Turkey have signed a preliminary deal on energy exploration, which sparked angry reactions from Greece, Cyprus and Egypt. Libya’s rival eastern-based parliament also rejected the deal.
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What will this mean for regional stability?
Presenter: Hazem Sika
Salah Al Bakkush – Political analyst and former senior adviser to the negotiating team of the High Council of State, an advisory body for Libya
George Tzogopoulos – Lecturer at Democritus University of Thrace
Matthew Bryza – Senior fellow at the Atlantic Council and former US ambassador to Azerbaijan