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Greece Pushes Back Against Turkey’s Moves In Libya, Reaches Own Maritime Agreement With East Libya’s Parliament

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Greece Pushes Back Against Turkey’s Moves In Libya, Reaches Own Maritime Agreement With East Libya’s Parliament

The Turkish-GNA maritime agreement. Click to see the full-size image

Greece has responded to Turkey’s purported maritime agreement with Libya’s Government of National Accord (GNA) based in Tripoli by meeting with senior representatives of the House of Representatives in Tobruk, which has established a rival government and armed forces (the Libyan National Army, or LNA, under the command of Khalifa Haftar) contesting the authority of the GNA.

Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias visited Libya on Wednesday the 1st of July, where he met with speaker of the Tobruk-based Libyan parliament Aguila Saleh. During the meeting he expressed support for the House of Representatives and the government it has created, as well as underscoring the Libyan National Army’s (LNA) role in combating terrorism and the Turkish incursion into the country,

Parliamentary spokesman Fathi al-Marimi later stated of the meeting:

“The Greek Foreign Minister recognized the legitimacy of the House of Representatives and the role of the national army in combating terrorism and countering the Turkish incursion.”

According to the parliamentary spokesman, Dendias and Aguila Saleh discussed the maritime agreement between Ankara and the Tripoli-based Government of National Accord (GNA) and focused on ways to solve the Libyan conflict.

Greece was one of several Mediterranean nations to express vehement opposition to the agreement between Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and GNA Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj which seeks to establish an exclusive economic zone across the Mediterranean Sea. LINK

Greece’s Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias later commented on his meeting with the President of the Libyan House of Representatives via his Twitter account.

“We discussed the delimitation of maritime zones between Greece and Libya, in the context not of the arbitrariness that constitutes the so-called “memorandum” Sarraj-Turkey, but of international law, in continuation of the talks between Greece and Libya in 2010.

We have agreed that Turkey has a historic responsibility for what is happening in Libya today, as President Macron rightly said yesterday. The transfer of mercenaries from Syria and the violation of the arms embargo are elements that burden the Turkish stance. They create, as I said before, historical responsibilities.”

The two parties also agreed that Libya requires the removal of all foreign forces in order to deal with the Libyan crisis, and that the Berlin Process and also the initiative by the Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi should be pursued. LINK

Greece Pushes Back Against Turkey’s Moves In Libya, Reaches Own Maritime Agreement With East Libya’s Parliament

The map of the draft agreement reached by Greece. Click to see the full-size image

218 News website reports that the meeting also produced a draft maritime agreement, which will be considered by the parliaments of the two countries:

Media of the House of Representatives announced that the visit discussed bilateral relations between the two countries and ways of enhancing them in a way that serves the interests of the “two friendly peoples” as the meeting dealt with the possibility of opening a Greek consulate in Benghazi to enhance trade exchange between the two countries.

As for the unannounced news, it indicated that the two parties discussed the possibility of demarcating the maritime borders, in order to cut the road on Turkey’s eastern Mediterranean interventions, which provoked many countries headed by Greece, then Italy, and even France.

The news that came after the meeting of Aqia in Dindias indicated that there is a maritime agreement to demarcate the borders and will be approved by the Libyan parliament and the Greek parliament as legislative bodies in the two countries.

Greece had opened a path with Cairo to reach a similar result, and today it is seeking to conclude an agreement with Libya. LINK

The more forthright attitude of Greece and its efforts to forge relations, and possibly a maritime agreement, with Libya’s House of Representatives in response to Turkey’s deals with the GNA suggest that Turkey will face increasing resistance to its expansionist ambitions. It is probable that Greece and Egypt will also work to enhance their bilateral ties to defend their respective interests in the Eastern Mediterranean.

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  • Assad must stay

    yea greece push torki into the ground hahahah

    • occupybacon

      When Turkey took north Cyprus no EU or NATO country saided with them.

      • Brother Ma

        And? Your point being?

        • occupybacon

          Greece has a big mouth but they are not capable to opose Turkey in Mediteran

          • Brother Ma

            Bigger than the pimp -pusher Erdogan or Trump?

          • Zionism = EVIL

            Greece has a weaker deadbeat economy than Bangladesh, so go figure!

  • occupybacon

    At this point Turkey can decide Germanistan elections, Greece doesn’t.

    • Superfly

      3 million Turks in Germany and hardly any Greeks.

      • occupybacon

        And those 3 or 4 millions can also influence other muslims.

      • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲

        2 million Greeks in Germany too.

        • Kolarov

          Nope, around 360k

          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲

            Yes I was wrong about the 2 mill in Germany.

            Centers of Greek diaspora

            Where is the largest Greek population outside Greece?

            The most important centers of Greek diaspora
            are the cities of New York, Boston, and Chicago in the US, as well as
            London (UK), Melbourne and Sydney (Australia), and Montreal, and Toronto(Canada).

            We’re not 100% sure of the total number of Greeks living outside Greece and Cyprus. Census figures we have available indicate about 3,000,000 Greeks outside Greece and Cyprus, but the SAE (World Council of Greeks Abroad) estimates about seven million worldwide- with most of them not registered or showing in census’.
            Around 3 million of them are estimated to live in the US, 700,000 in Australia, 400,000 in the UK, 400,000 in Germany and around 300,000 in Canada. Smaller Greek communities exist in South America, mainly in Argentina, Brazil, and Chile, in several other European countries (Sweden, Italy, Belgium, Switzerland, Netherlands) and other places throughout the world.

          • M.A. Lamett

            Greeks usually work in menial jobs or best they run restaurants where they sell Turkish food like shish tavuk, Doner kebab , baklava, Turkish coffee. You not only steal our islands but our food too.

          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲

            Greek NASA Researcher Among Best Young Scientists in the World

            [Imgur](https://i.imgur.com/fk6fnkc.png)

            Eleni Antoniadou is only 30 years old, but the Greek scientist’s work, expertise and achievements are disproportionate to her age.

            Born in Thessaloniki in 1988, she took third place among leading
            young scientists in the field of healthcare in the 2015 Forbes list
            called “30 Under 30”.

            But even before that, the Greek woman was becoming globally
            recognized by the scientific community for her involvement in the
            development of life-saving therapies involving artificial organ
            transplantation.

            Antoniadou has received many awards, including the NASA – ESA
            Outstanding Researcher Award for 2012, and the “50 for the Future”
            award, and was voted “2013 Woman of the Year” at the annual British FDM
            “Everywoman in Technology” awards.

            The young scientist was chosen by NASA in 2012 to study in their Ames
            Academy for Space Exploration, after the young Greek scientist excelled
            in her PhD studies in Bioengineering at the University of Illinois.

            Antoniadou describes herself on the “NASA Academy” webpage as “…a
            futurist and a hybrid scientist, the result of acquiring a
            multidisciplinary education. As a researcher, I’m trying to understand
            the changes in life sciences, and I enjoy challenging myself with
            problems in the fields of regenerative medicine, the development of
            artificial organs, bioengineering, and space exploration.”

            Her work involves the development of 3D cell culture constructs via a
            layer-by-layer deposition technique. She is attempting to create layers
            of human skin using a combination of biomaterials including the use of
            3T3 fibroblasts, mesenchymal stem cells and keratinocytes.

            She uses this knowledge in the innovative new field of creating
            artificial organs. Antoniadou is a co-founder of the medical company
            “Transplants Without Donors”, which translates the types of scientific
            findings she makes into real-world therapeutic treatments which are
            affordable and accessible to all.

            Apart from her medical research, the Greek scientist wants to fulfill
            her childhood dream of becoming a NASA astronaut and working on
            exploring life in outer space.

            She says that when she was a child she begged her parents to buy her
            freeze-dried astronaut food. She wore t-shirts with the NASA logo and
            read books about space in primary school.

            At the age of 22 she received her skydiving license. Now she is
            poised to fly as high as she possibly can as she lives her dream as part
            of the NASA team.

          • M.A. Lamett

            You are an idiot. I’ve said that “generally” the Greeks work in menial jobs. Exceptions don’t change the rule. Most of these people are probably foreign educated as there is no good education in Greece. They all possibly have little to do with Greece. Greece is a poor third world country with education equal to Africa. Most people are farmer, fishermen or grill shish tavuk. Look at yourself. I have rarely seen a moron like you. You lost again. LOL

          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲

            aaaaaahahahahahahhaahahhahahahaa
            sour grapes much ? Buthurt kebap boy ?

            hahahaha

            Greece is got the best education system and it is free for all all the way to university level.
            You dont pay a dimme !

            Get back to your kebap shop there is a new order for you, quick , its not gona grill it self !

            hahahahahaha dumbass turk!

          • M.A. Lamett
          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲

            In Turkgay when you finish university you can be … :

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_f-mSDcmd4

          • M.A. Lamett

            EDUCATED GREEKS IN THE US. LOL

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y_znjsVU5A8

          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲

            hahahahah you are hopeless and desperate !

            Those are football hooligans PAOK vs Olympiakos fans !

            Do you know how many Fenerbahce Besiktas and Galatasaray videos you can find on youtube?
            100s !

            hahahah Loser !

          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲

            The Greek NASA astrophysicist who constantly distinguished

            Member of the National Academy
            of Sciences of the United States, a senior scientific body of the U.S.,
            was elected Greek astrophysicist’s NASA, Chryssa Kouveliotou in
            recognition of the multiple contributions of the space and astronomical
            research.

            He has received several awards for her
            work, such as «Rossi Award» (2003) and «Descartes Prize» (2004), while
            in 2012 was awarded the «Prize for Astrophysics Danny Chaineman» (the
            award jointly by the American Institute of Physics and the American
            Astronomical Society), and the Distinguished Service Medal of NASA.

            Chryssa Kouveliotou has been selected as
            the 2012 recipient of the Dannie Heineman prize in astrophysics, as a
            recognition of her significant contribution to science.

            The distinction is awarded each year by
            the American Institute of Physics and the American Astronomical Society
            to a specialist, as a recognition for the work he has carried out in his
            field.

            The prize is awarded to Chryssa
            Kouveliotou for her extensive accomplishments and discoveries in the
            areas of gamma ray bursts and magnetars- a newly discovered type of
            stars, which are surrounded by the most powerful magnetic fields ever
            observed in the universe. According to scientists, magnetars are dead
            stars, characterized by powerful starquakes that cause gamma ray flare
            emissions.

            The Greek scientist works as an
            astrophysicist at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville,
            Alabama. She has been the principal investigator on numerous research
            projects in the United States and Europe, while she is a founding
            member of several scientific collaborative projects developing on a
            global level.

          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲

            The first Greek woman scientist ever to join NASA

            Dr. Ioanna Vernikou joined NASA
            in 1964, in the beginning of the spatial research and the idea of space,
            and soon became Director of the Research Programs in the Department of
            Space Life Sciences. She was Head and Project Leader of many missions,
            including the historic mission of John Glenn’s return in 1998, when he
            was 77 years old in the Discovery spaceship.

            After studying Pharmacology in the
            University of London, in England, Dr. Vernikou received a distinction
            from Ohio University and the Medical School of Wright State University.
            In 1986, she presented her work as an author, publisher and main
            contributor of the book “Adraneia” (=inertia) by the Academic Press.

            Among the distinctions she received, her
            paper regarding stress was recongized by NASA as a very important one,
            and in fact, she was honored with the medal of scientific honor. She was
            also honored with the Exceptional Scientific Achievement Medal for
            creating research programs of international recognition for NASA. She
            was elected a member of the International Academy of Astronautics and a
            member of the World Economic Forum. She has created three pantents, one
            of which is about the centrifugal in relevance with the medical
            applications in hypergravity. She has published more than 200 scientific
            articles.

          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲

            Greece’s national space agency entered into an agreement with NASA on
            Monday, with the signing of a joint statement of collaboration.

            The
            Joint Statement between the Hellenic Space Agency (HSA) and NASA notes
            the two agencies’ intention to explore the potential for bilateral
            collaboration in space and Earth science.

            The new collaboration
            agreement foresees the HSA carry out the first Greek project on the Moon
            by sending up a robotic lunar vehicle, which is expected to take place
            in 2022. The target of this programme is to explore the soil of the Moon
            for the acquisition of data that will belong to the Greek State and
            will be exploited by the Greek Universities and research programmes

            The
            agreement was signed by HSA CEO, Dr Georgios Mantzouris and NASA
            Administrator, Jim Bridenstine, in the presence of the Minister of
            Digital Policy, Communications and Media, Nikos Pappas, and HSA Chairman
            Christodoulos Protopapas, on the sidelines of the World Space Symposium
            held in Colorado Springs, USA.

            According to the Greek government
            the signing of this agreement will lead to a new era in the exchange of
            knowledge under the protection of the cooperation environment of the
            official space agencies of the two countries as it is estimated that
            NASA and HSA will proceed with the “joint launch of potential
            collaboration” in space.

          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲

            Through ingenuity, hard work, dedication, and passion, Professor
            Stamatios Krimigis, born on the village of Vrontados, Chios, has became
            one of the most influential scientists in the modern space explorations
            of the USA and the whole world.

            The man, who gave many of NASA’s
            missions their finest hour, is Head Emeritus of the Space Department
            Applied Physics at Johns Hopkins University, member of the Academy of
            Athens, Greece, where he holds the Chair of Science of Space, and has
            now been appointed head of the newly established Hellenic Space Agency.

            Obligations as head emeritus of the Space Department Applied Physics
            Laboratory at Johns Hopkins University in the United States and at NASA
            have kept Professor Krimigis away from his native Greece, but the next
            two years will see him spending a lot more time in Athens after he was
            appointed at the head of the newly established Hellenic Space Agency.
            The task at hand is to “build an agency from the bottom up” by uniting
            disparate state agencies under one new body, he told Ekathimerini.

            Stamatios is known as the greatest Greek Astrophysicist, has participated in the
            most important NASA expeditions to the planets of the solar
            “neighbourhood”, such as the Voyager 1 and 2 and the New Horizons
            expedition, which in 2015 reached Pluto for the first time.

            During a talk at the Athens Science Festival, he unravelled exciting stories
            of the space explorations in the solar system that began from Mercury
            and reached Pluto in 50 years-time, discovering places that no one could ever have imagined.

            Dr. Krimigis has also been awarded NASA’s highest service honour,
            after receiving the NASA Distinguished Public Service Medal in California in 2016.

            “We are incredibly proud of Tom and this
            well-deserved recognition for his lifelong efforts to advance space
            exploration and science,” said APL Director Ralph Semmel. “Tom is a
            pioneer and visionary leader whose innovations helped inspire the
            creation of NASA’s Discovery and New Frontiers programs. His
            contributions over more than four decades have significantly expanded
            our view of the solar system and knowledge of the universe.”

            Born
            in Chios, Krimigis earned a bachelor’s degree in physics from the
            University of Minnesota and a master’s and doctorate in physics from the
            University of Iowa, studying under James Van Allen, the former APL
            scientist who discovered Earth’s radiation belts.

            He is the only scientist in the world to lead or participate in space
            physics experiments on all nine classical planets. He has served as a
            principal investigator on five NASA missions — including the legendary
            Voyagers and the Cassini Saturn orbiter — and as a co-investigator on
            many others.

            Krimigis has designed, built, flown and analysed data
            from 21 instruments on various NASA and European Space Agency missions.
            His Low-Energy Charged Particle instrument flies aboard both Voyager
            spacecraft; on Voyager 1, LECP data was essential to determining that a
            human-built vehicle had left the solar system for the first time, in
            2012.

            Krimigis was also instrumental in establishing NASA’s
            ground-breaking Discovery Program of low-cost planetary missions, as
            well as the New Frontiers Program, for which the APL-built New Horizons
            to Pluto was the first mission. He is also a co-investigator on Solar
            Probe Plus.

            As a researcher, Krimigis has published more than 570
            articles in scientific journals and books — including findings on solar
            observations, planetary magnetospheres and the charged particles that
            flood the space between the planets — and is one of the most cited
            scientists in his field.

          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲

            The Greek professor of Physics that constitutes an integral part of CERN’s “Dream Team”

            About 250 Greek researchers are
            presently working for the European Organization for Nuclear Research
            (CERN). Moreover, about a hundred Greek professors have the fortune of
            doing free postgraduate studies in the same organization annually, and
            about 50 post graduate students have the fortune of receiving a
            scholarship which allows them to study at CERN. One of the most
            important members of the Greek «Dream Team» of CERN, is Particle Physics
            Professor at National Technical University of Athens, Evangelos Gazis.
            Gazis is mostly noted for being the National Contact Physicist (NCP) for
            the ATLAS Greek teams, CLIC, CAST, RD-51 Collaborations, from 2006
            until today, and also the Coordinator of the CERN-Greek Working Group
            (2007-Today), positions which gave him the opportunity to perform
            measurements of Standard Model processes with Xb-meson and Higgs boson
            -the famous «God Particle»- at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). He has
            also participated in six CERN experiments (NA14 and NA14΄, DELPHI,
            ATLAS, CAST and CLIC).

            Gazis was born on the 27th of December
            1951, and was a physics enthusiast from day one. He acquired his
            Bachelor’s Degree in Physics in 1973 (Athens University, Physics
            Department), and continued with his Graduate Studies at NRC «Demokritos»
            from 1973 to 1974. He obtained his PhD from the Physics Department of
            the University of Athens in 1980, while part of the PhD thesis was
            realized at «Demokritos» and the University of Paris-Sud XI (Orsay,
            France).

            As far as his academic positions are
            concerned, he was Guest Professor at the Physics Department of CERN
            (2009-2011), and Visiting Professor in the Physics Department at the
            University of Lund, Sweden (2007 until today). He is presently a
            Professor of Particle Physics at the School of Applied Mathematical
            & Physical Sciences, Physics Department, NTU-Athens.

            Gazis is the co-author to more than 640
            international scientific papers in particle-, nuclear- and astro-physics
            with more than 23.500 citations, and also the author to monographs for
            the ATLAS Muon Spectrometer (2000) and 11 university lecture notebooks
            for the NTUA students. Regarding his research administration positions,
            he is -as we mentioned before – the National Contact Physicist (NCP) for
            the ATLAS Greek teams and the Coordinator of the CERN-Greek Working
            Group. He was also the Scientific Delegate of Greece to the CERN
            Council, from 2005 to 2012, the Coordinator for the Greek teams to the
            FP7 program (AIDA for the future detector development) and EDUSAFE (for
            the automatic control system for the background radioactivity
            measurement, implemented the Augmented Reality).

            His current research interests focus on
            the preparation for searching for new physics and the participation into
            the micro-megas detector as a possible candidate option for the ATLAS
            muon spectrometer upgrade during the LHC phase-II period, and also the
            beam instrumentation and DCS development for the CLIC project.
            Furthermore, he is working for the development of the proton therapy in
            Greece and the relative transfer technology from CERN to Greece, he
            participates in programs for medical applications development, and he
            coordinates the High School Teachers, from all the areas of Greece,
            training at CERN (940 from 2008-today).

          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲

            Works for more than 20 years at CERN

            Michael Koratzinos is an experimental physicist and works at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN).

            M. Koratzinos was born on 12th of July,
            1961 in Athens. He completed his High-School education in the
            Hellenic-American Educational Foundation in Athens and then continued
            his studies at the Imperial College, where he received his B.Sc. and
            Ph.D. in Physics.

            In 1986, because of his thesis for his
            Ph.D., “Charmed Particle Photoproduction and a Search for Magnetic
            Monopoles”, he visited CERN in Geneva as a Fellow and remaines there
            until now.

            From 1991 until 1992, M. Koratzinos was a
            research assistant in the Torino University in Italy. He then became a
            Fellow at Oslo University in Norway for two years.

            In 1995, he joined CERN as a staff member in the Particle Physics Experiment (PPE) division and he still holds this position.

            M. Koratzinos has been involved in many
            experiments at CERN. He started with the NA14 during his Ph.D., a fixed
            target photo production experiment at the Super Proton Synchrotron
            (SPS), incorporating a state-of-the-art silicon microstrip detector.

            He joined the Delphi collaboration in
            1990 and for the second part of his fellowship, he worked on the
            alignment of the newly commissioned Delphi microvertex detector. He then
            moved to the field of electroweak precision tests at LEP, a field where
            some of the most stringent tests of the standard model could be made.

            In March 1991, M. Koratzinos joined the
            VSAT group of Delphi, a silicon/tungsten calorimeter located in the very
            forward direction (5-7mrad) serving as a very high statistics relative
            luminosity counter. In the end of the year 1992, he joined SAT group, an
            absolute luminosity counter of Delphi.

            From 1993, he has been an active member
            of the LEP energy group, the body responsible for providing LEP energies
            and error estimates for the 1993 scan, an important issue of the LEP
            scan campaign.

            M. Koratzinos played a vital role in the
            ATLAS experiment, an experiment that involved roughly 3.000 physicists
            from over 175 institutions in 38 countries. He helped to construct the
            Large Hadron Collider (LHC), a particle accelerator, which led in the
            discovery of a particle consistent with the Higgs boson in July 2012.

          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲

            CERN Research Has Greek Core

            Nearly 200 Greek scientists are working with CERN, the European
            Organization for Nuclear Research program, joining colleagues from the
            U.S., Germany, France and Italy. The Swiss-based facility is the world’s
            largest particle physics laboratory.

            The research team of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH)
            has built a good 10% of the muon detectors, in Atlas detector, where the
            particles which result from proton collisions in the Large Hadron
            Collider, are captured.

            AUTH members have worked with CERN experiments since 1970, although
            the co-operation has been strengthened since 1990, with the Atlas
            detector.

            Joining the AUTH team are scientists from the National Technical and
            the Kapodistrian University of Athens, while in the second large
            detector, that goes under the name CMS, Greeks researchers from the
            Universities of Athens and Ioannina are cooperating.

            Moreover, 51 students from Greece, Italy, the USA, Japan, India,
            Turkey, Hungary, Poland, France and other countries, who are
            participating in an international school for data selection and
            collection system, at the Research Results Dissemination Center of AUTH,
            will be given the chance to observe the work.

          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲
          • Μανολης αποκορωνας

            boudala mogolian dog,,you come from mogolia and you steal my land anatolia ,kapadokia,, pontos ,konstadinoupolis,have you coffee in mogolia at that time???have you baclava in mogolia you moron???everithing you have today you steal it from the greeks…your gins are greek becaus you are greek treitor turkish boudala..e you have islands in mogolia ????the islands it was and will be greek for ever …you tourkish idiots you have no islands in mogolia so we never steal something from you but you steal everithing from us…so shut up and dont beleve your fashist govermend nazi propaganda….wake up boudala turk whith greek gins….

      • angeloss

        There are more than 350.000 Greeks in Germany.
        Dont count Gurds for Turks. They hate you as the rest of Europe very soon.

    • Brother Ma

      Sooner Germany clamps down on its Sunni Moslem hordes the better. Serves those stupid,greedy Germans right anyway.

      • occupybacon

        If they want to do that they should act fast as long Trump is in power to have at least a voice on their side. That would mean they need to do that in the next 4 years. After Trump both Reps and Dems will have black candidates.

        • Zionism = EVIL

          AmeriKKKa is fucked regardless.

        • Brother Ma

          I agree.

          • Zionism = EVIL

            It is called DEMOGRAPHICS. The US will be a brown and black country in 5-10 years. Just look at California.

    • Zionism = EVIL

      Good man Bacon, in smart mode today, yes the Turks have a lot of influence in Germany, also strong economic ties, next time you buy a German appliance like Bosch or Braun, it is most likely assembled in Turkey. The Greeks are poor and don’t amount to much in the overall strategic terms.

      • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲

        Your moma is poor you little turkisis shitkebap cock sucking inbread !

        • Zionism = EVIL

          Little kidde, I deal in FACTS not childish kooks. 9 million Greeks simply don’t count. It is called strategic Matrix in military planning.

          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲

            11 million in Greece and another 8 million in Germany-USA-CANADA-AUSTRALIA-NEW ZEALAND and other countries.
            Greeks are in every U.S. Goverment in the European Union in NASA and in CERN…
            Turks are in shit kebap shops and at the flee market selling rugs and robbing tourists!

          • Zionism = EVIL

            That may be true, BTW I am no fan of the Turkeys either, but sad FACT is that the corrupt Americunts prefer Turkey as it has a bigger economy and second largest NATO cannon fodder. Turks also sided with Nazis in WW1 and 2. so the Germans like them.

          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲

            Things change.

          • Zionism = EVIL

            I hope they do, but at the current state I am not optimistic, Trump is a corrupt stupid fuck and his family is taking money from Turkish banks and many shady deals, so as long as he is around the dumbass Americunts will support Turkey. Do you think the stupid goat fucker Erdogan could really invade Syria and Libya without full NATO support?

          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲

            Yes true, but, if Trump is gone then what you gona have in the USA ?

            The same old deep state that invaded Iraq and Afganistan and destroyed Libya.
            They will just continue from where they left it.
            This time they will try Iran, is what a lot of people seem to think.
            So… its basicaly between a rock and a hard place …situation…

            For Greece it seems that Trump is worse than the deep state cause Trump loves dictators like Erdogan …

            I just hope Russia and China realise their place on this planet and start taking initiatives and be more fair than the muricunts.

          • Zionism = EVIL

            Trump is controlled by Jew cunts who bankrupted Greece with Goldman Sachs. Look at the Americunt-Greek modern history, the CIA cunts waged a civil war in Greece and supported dictatorships and repression. I have always wondered by Greeks did not resist and kick the cunts.

          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲

            I am aware. Greeks are aware of what you are saying.
            But how do you mean ”resist and kick…” ?

            Whats the alternative ? Communism? No thanks.
            The communists in Greece are always between 5-7 % of the voters.
            They will never be a majority, not even close to it.

            Most Greeks do like Russia cause both countries are Orthodox Christians and because Russians have kicked the kebap in many wars before.

            But Turkey, since after WW2 has been the battleground of the cold war…
            The Cuba missile crisis as I am sure you know involeved missiles on the Turkish ground too when the deal to defuse the situation was made …

            So yes, turkgay still is of importance for both Russia and the USA …
            The minute one of the two (Russia and USA) trust that the Greeks can finish the job that begun in 1821, continued in 1921 (50 killometers from Ankara the Greek army) the job to anihilate this mongolian barbaric evil that doesnt belong in these ancient Greek lands …then it will be game over for the kebap!

            We can do it, we v been fighting outnumbered since 400 BC and we are still here.

          • <>

            Keep barking loser Greeko. Unlike you, Turks saved Jews during WW2 while you were killing them.

            “On July 11, 1942, the Jews of Thessaloniki were rounded up in preparation for slave labour. The community paid a fee of 2 billion drachmas for their freedom. Yet 50,000 people were sent to Auschwitz, and most of their 60 synagogues and schools were destroyed, along with the old Jewish cemetery in the center of the city. Only 1,950 survived.[3][31] Many survivors later emigrated to Israel and the United States.[3] Today the Jewish population of Thessaloniki numbers roughly 1,000, and maintains two synagogues.[31]

            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Jews_in_Greece#World_War_II,_Resistance_and_the_Holocaust

            Stupud Greeko motherfucker, you will pay for it someday with the rest of Europe.

          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲

            12,898 Greek Jews fought in the Greek army, one of the best-known amongst them being Colonel Mordechai Frizis, in a force which first successfully repelled the Italian Army, but was later overwhelmed by German forces.

            Many Jews from Salonika were integrated into the Sonderkommandos. On 7 October 1944, they attacked German forces with other Greek Jews, in an uprising planned in advance, storming the crematoria and killing about twenty guards. A bomb was thrown into the furnace of the crematorium III, destroying the building. Before being massacred by the Germans, insurgents sang a song of the Greek partisan movement and the Greek National Anthem.

            The 275 Jews of the island of Zakynthos, however, survived the Holocaust. When the island’s mayor, Carrer, was presented with the German order to hand over a list of Jews, Metropolitan Bishop Chrysostomos of Zakynthos returned to the Germans with a list of two names; his and the mayor’s. The island’s population hid every member of the Jewish community. In 1947, a large number of the Jews of Zakynthos made aliyah to Palestine (later Israel), while others moved to Athens. When the island was almost levelled by the great earthquake of 1953, the first relief came from Israel, with a message that read “The Jews of Zakynthos have never forgotten their Mayor or their beloved Bishop and what they did for us.”
            By March 1944, more than 1,000 Jews lived in city of Volos. In September 1943, when the Nazis took over, head rabbi Pessah worked with Archbishop Ioakim and the EAM resistance movement to find sanctuary for the Jews in Pelion. Due to their efforts, 74% of the city’s Jews were saved.

            The Foundation for the Advancement of Sephardic Studies and Culture writes “One cannot forget the repeated initiatives of the head of the Metropolitan See of Thessaloniki, Gennadios, against the deportations, and most of all, the official letter of protest signed in Athens on March 23, 1943, by Archbishop Damaskinos, along with 27 prominent leaders of cultural, academic and professional organizations. The document, written in a very sharp language, refers to unbreakable bonds between Christian Orthodox and Jews, identifying them jointly as Greeks, without differentiation. It is noteworthy that such a document is unique in the whole of occupied Europe, in character, content and purpose”.

          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲
          • <>

            We will meet again Greeko, and this time we will make you and the other Nazi Europeans pay for their crimes against us. We just need to wait few more years till the immigrants start the riots chaos. Revenge will be sweet. we never forget.

          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲
          • <>

            Soon we will do it to your Greeko kids too. patience.

          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲
          • <>

            Even today, we see how Europe is still very anti-semetic and it gives us more motivation to fight. Have you ever met an angry Israeli who wants revenge? you will.

          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲
          • <>

            Don’t worry, you will get your chance jsut like I would get mine.

          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲

            Why you taking so long ? WHY ?

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iqRhxeG_SaQ

          • <>

            Am I supposed to be scared from it? you don’t know us very well.

          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲

            and this is the turkisraeli cunts :

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SIaFtAKnqBU

          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲

            Israeli army in training :

            https://youtu.be/SaGBWkACMJs?t=4

          • <>

            Patience Greeko, for now enjoy this video:

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rGEh7KoOX5s

          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲
          • M.A. Lamett
          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲
          • Volker
          • Volker
          • M.A. Lamett

            A typical idiot Gayreek. Hahahaha

          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲

            Typical turkisis :

            [Imgur](https://i.imgur.com/hMBKaYA.png)

          • verner

            any anti-semitism in europe is entirely due to the jews themselves or with other words, they’ve earned it by the ceaseless thieving, murder and lying and never ending war crimes and ongoing ethnic cleansing of the palestinians. next step, they, the jews, will be off the map for good in a future not too distant.

          • Zionism = EVIL

            Jews are arrogant evil racist cunts and that is why humanity hates them.

          • cechas vodobenikov

            USA the most antisemitic—the German Jew, Adorno conducted studies in the USA; he found that ordinary amerikans were far more antisemitic than were ordinary germans of the WWII era—in Russia it is an advantage to be a Jew–I know this from personal experience since I am one…it is no accident that only 3 nations in the most recent plenary sessions of the UN during the obama and trump regimes voted against condemnation of nazi symbolisms and expressions—USA, Canada, Ukraine

          • <>

            Anti-Semetism is all around the world, but it was the Germans who executed the Final Solution, not the Americans. So judging by historic facts, Jews could escape to the U.S while they were being killed in Europe. It doesn’t matter, times have changed and now Europe will be on their kness, begging for mercy when the Muslims burn down their cities and rape their women.

          • Volker
          • Volker
          • Μανολης αποκορωνας

            i hope the immigrands start the riots chaos ..so they all dead in some days ..you nazi mogolian pig ,you will dead too…

          • <>

            Come try me Greeko, you might get what you ask for.

          • Simplekindof Man

            Never call a Greek a nazi.
            Maybe anti-Semitism is on the rise but Greece suffered as much.
            It’s rather strange that you say nothing about the Turks who were officially neutral during the war.
            WE ALL KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS

          • <>

            Regarding the Turks, they may have been neutral but I read stories about Turkish politicians trying to save Jews who had Turkish citizenship. Most Turkish Jews were left unharmed thanks to the Turks. It was Christians who tried to exterminate us mostly Catholics, not Muslims (atleast till 1948).

            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Jews_in_Turkey#World_War_II

            https://www.france24.com/en/20111227-turkey-holocaust-world-war-2-film-passports

            So tell me, why should I have any respect to anti-semetic greeks?

          • Simplekindof Man

            You’re going from generalisation to specific events.
            It goes both ways,every event does.
            Anyway regarding last comment, generalisation again.
            regarding public sentiment,fair enough.
            On political level i wouldn’t say so.

          • M.A. Lamett

            Hahaha so says the Gayreek. Look at this picture you squirrel head. Gayreece is the puppet of zionist Israel, doing their dirty work. Pathetic, miserable Gayreek.

            https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/5324ca11247b8343094e5fd579b39c8d9dca83873a83d4a433314498e1059cd8.jpg

          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲

            Turkey and Israel: Animosity ends when it comes to money

            The hostility between Turkey and Israel has resurfaced over recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Meanwhile, in terms of economic relations, trade between the countries has been growing steadily.

            [Imgur](https://i.imgur.com/1r3q7k7.png)

          • cechas vodobenikov

            lol do do bird–USA funds Israel–3+$ billion per year—not Greece

          • Porc Halal

            What, what?!…the turds saved jews in WW2?!…hahahaha!!!.. Do you have cognitive problems like Joe Biden?

          • <>

            Yes we hate you, for a damn good reason.

          • Porc Halal

            So tell us why? … because we didn’t realize why for 2000 years now !!!

            And I suppose that’s the reason why you support the muslims hatered towards christians too, because they hate us as much as you the jews hate us, right?…

          • <>

            Yeah, and I hope they will turn Europe into a battlefield and hang you. France first.

          • Porc Halal

            hmm, what you are saying is totally at odds with what the mainstream liberal media (which is on the payroll of the jews) is teaching us that the jews and the muslims are the “good guys” and Christians are the “bad guys” … well , I believe that the truth is what is said by ordinary jews and muslims, that is, by those like you and like everyone else who commit crimes against Christians and incite hatred against them… and this is something very good to remember because it is always very important to know who your enemies are …

          • <>

            My hate is a pure hate due to your actions in WW2, since many Catholic Christians helped killing Jews because they blamed them for killing Jesus. Serbia, which is an orthodox country actually saved many Jews, so I don’t hate them and I wish them the best. But you, you will pay for it not by our hands, but by our crazy Muslim cousins.

          • Porc Halal

            Poor ignorant bastard! … Orthodoxy is Christianity, true Christianity … I am an Orthodox Christian and the fact that the jews killed Jesus Christ is a historical fact and not an invention of catholics and you jews helped to create catholicism which to me it is anything but something to do with Christianity. Catholics do not worship Christ, that is, God, although they claim this, but Satan, the same “god” that you and your muslim cousins worship …. Throughout history, Orthodoxy has been attacked and plundered by the same bastards over and over again … that is, by jews, catholics and muslims …

          • Porc Halal

            Is this hatred against Christians due to your religious believes? … this question is somewhat rhetorical because the answer is already known to many but it comes only as confirmation of what was already known about the anti-Christian nature of the two faiths, namely Judaism and Islam …

          • cechas vodobenikov

            nonsense it has little to do w religion, rather Zion’s insecurity—always projecting

          • Μανολης αποκορωνας

            you motherfucker your nazi german mogolian friends kill the jews off thessaloniki not the greeks.meny greeks dead becaus they help jews ..

          • <>

            Don’t lie, Greeks helped the Nazis. You don’t disappear 50,000 Jews just like that without help from the Greek population. Son of a bitch Greeko.

          • cechas vodobenikov

            idiot—greeks fought the Nazis

          • <>

            Some of them did, and some of them were collaborators like in many other European states.

          • Simplekindof Man

            Even some Jews collaborated with Nazis.
            What’s your point?

          • <>

            The Jews that collaborated with the Nazis died too, so it doesn’t matter. Don’t try to cover up your history.

          • Porc Halal

            Like for exaple your beloved Soros…he is very much alive and he is doing well…

          • Simplekindof Man

            Yes but it was done by nazis and collaborators who where considered traitors by the overwhelming majority of the greek population and many prominent figures tried to save them gambling their own heads.
            Most Jews fought on the Albanian front.
            That’s the story as I know it.

          • cechas vodobenikov

            there r many Russian orthodox at Mt Athos—even Putin has visited several times

          • ΠΑΡΜΕΝΙΩΝ

            Trump supports the Turks, but if he loses the election Turkey fucked the very next day.And Putin, however, is doing well with Erdogan they are friends

          • cechas vodobenikov

            It is difficult to know where the US is positioned —they betray their allies frequently—Russian leadership more closely aligns w china and Iran than Turkey—where positions differ regarding both syria and Libya

          • ΠΑΡΜΕΝΙΩΝ

            The United States has always betrayed its allies.

          • Porc Halal

            Except its muslims friends…

          • Simplekindof Man

            And yet most don’t give a fuck about the “motherland” .
            Why? Ask them,the newer generations who are basically self exiled (and not in Paris like Karamanlis) because university graduates who actually do have knowledge and deserve better had to work for assholes who fuck them over for peanuts.long story short Greece is screwed from the inside(s)

          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲

            Greece has always been screwed from the inside, Hot Gates battle of Thermopylae, a traitor showed the Persians the passage behind the mountains.
            Konstantipolis fell the same way by a traitor who opened a secret path way …

          • Simplekindof Man

            Yes I know my history,whoever am “I” ,but I’m mostly talking about the political scene and the mentality of the people,and not specific wartime occurrences-because then we could go on forever….WW2, Cyprus….

          • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲

            So you are Greek. We are still on an international blog so some things need to be mentioned for those that might not know about them.
            And what about the mentality of the people, how is it different than other European countrie’s people’s mentality.
            Other European countries have economic migrants too in the states and elsewhere.
            People look to find ways to improve their lifes. If that means getting on a plane and going to where jobs are then so be it.
            Rest assured they do not forget who they are, they dont forget the Patrida.
            And in their own way each does what they can to help in any way they can.
            This is no time for more internal fighting and hatred.
            We had the civil war after WW2, that was bad enough.

          • Simplekindof Man

            Symfonoi but you said it yourself,Europe USA etc treat greek (and other) migrants better than its own citizens so why bother? Anyway this is not tha place and time.

          • ΠΑΡΜΕΝΙΩΝ

            Ps.what is patrida?

            Patrida it means your country your homeland

          • Simplekindof Man

            What part of rhetoric did you not understand?
            Your answer is superficial by the way.

          • cechas vodobenikov

            what do u know malaka?….many Persians returned from USA, Europe to enlist when Iraq invaded Iran…I suspect this would be true for many Greeks in the event of a war—they do not worship money like amerikans

          • mhtsaropinigitakis

            thats the biggest mistake than anyone can do…underestimate the enemy and then you are wiped out…check history facts. 9 million Greeks is like 1 billion turks…turkey with its only 85 million is outnumbered and cornered.

          • cechas vodobenikov

            population is misleading—Canada defeated the amerikans—500, 000 vs 8 million amerikans…in the battles w the Finns Russia eventually trumped after losing 3+soldiers for ever dead Finn soldier. when people fight for their own sovereignty and on their own land they r more motivated and effective

          • cechas vodobenikov

            population is misleading—Canada defeated the amerikans—500, 000 vs 8 million amerikans…in the battles w the Finns Russia eventually triumphed after losing 3+soldiers for ever dead Finn soldier. when people fight for their own sovereignty and on their own land they r more motivated and effective

          • cechas vodobenikov

            Population is misleading—Canada defeated the amerikans—500, 000 vs 8 million amerikans…in the battles w the Finns Russia eventually triumphed after losing 3+soldiers for ever dead Finn soldier. when people fight for their own sovereignty and on their own land they r more motivated and effective

          • Agram-atos

            Hm!!! I think Xerxes was listening to his generals talking about the strategic matrix, and he got his royal ass fu..ed. by 300 Greeks, same happened to Mussolini in 1940 he got his arrogant ass f…ed by the Strategic matrix insignificant Greeks.
            From what i reed even after a decade of near economic collapse they have one of the most organised, trained and educated armies around. So i wouldent count them out……..

      • Brother Ma

        I didn’t know about the Bosch and Braun. Big mistake.
        Everyone keeps saying Greece is not strategic and yet she still wins wars against all odds and you are all still trying cow her.

        • Zionism = EVIL

          Sadly, money talks. The Turks are part of the Americunt warmongering policy and also engaged in all kinds of shady terrorism deals. Greece’s best bet is to ally with Russia and China’s ONE BELT. Greece also has a pretty strategic position in terms of ports and trade routes. Greece being part of NATO now is really counter-productive and it is taken for granted.

          • Brother Ma

            I agree but pseudo-Liberal Tsipras was cowed by Americunt/ Zio interests. America’s conservative darling Karamanlis Junior tried to ally with the Russians and the Yanks tried to have him hit ; he was only saved by Russian FSB. So much for Nato Allies!!!

            Greece needs to wake up.

          • kariolis kokoς Ο ΠΕΟΚΡΟΥΣΤΗΣ

            ok enough is enough stop calling americans americunts or i call the police

          • Brother Ma

            I know it is true ! It is boring stating the obvious over and over again. ;)

            Call the police? Turkey? Murikka’s retarded Deputy-with-cowboyhat-and-big-moustaches- in -the -Mediterranean? Hahahah

          • Brother Ma
  • Superfly

    Greece has made bad choices by being associated with the Zionists and lave no support in the region. Turkey has succeeded in Libya, largely due to Egypt’s repressive Sisi regime which ousted a popular and only elected government in Egypt’s sad history of dictatorships. Even most NATO nations are siding with Turkey with Italy and US in the forefront.

    • Ishyrion Av

      Which NATO nation sided with Turkey??????????

    • Μανολης αποκορωνας

      tupkey 2020 is like nazi germany in 1939..and then deth off nazis from the free world..so turkomogolia will dead soo…ish allah…

    • cechas vodobenikov

      a dirty fly—turkey has been pushed to pithing 30 KM of their border—LNA controls the vast oil riches in Libya—-their economy like the US fake economy is in shambles—they will not be able to sustain this for long…when the US empire dies the turkeys will withdraw to their bazaars in Istanbul

  • Brother Ma

    Old news. Greece already said this at the time of the Fake Turco- Headchoppers Libyan agreement. It is still ” a plan to decide” ,,not an actual agreement yet.

    Dendias is a weak ,corrupt and foolish Foreign Minister chosen to keep Yank interests happy .

    Once the agreement is made ,Greece must be prepared to sink a fewTurk ships not the Simitis theatre of 1996 and Foolish Traitorous Colonels of 1974 where Nato and America ,supposedly brought peace. Greece must decide to act Independenty of what America expects. A fait accompli if you will. No ally should know Greece’s plan.

    It must decide to kill and wear the consequences from Nato Us if it acts “off book”.

    Will the man be found to lead the nation?

    I’m not so sure in the nation of Greculi.

  • Brother Ma

    Anyone know where those two Turk subs are yet? Anyone heard anything?

    Could the Turks be hiding all this time and Nato and noone knows where they are or have they been sunk? I hope the latter.

    • M.A. Lamett

      Look under your mother’s skirt. LOL

      • Brother Ma

        You are obviously an immature and insecure indoctrinated adult or simply fifteen years old.

  • Tommy Jensen

    You can see on the map that Cyprus and all the other Islands close to Turkey, belongs to Turkey naturally and not to the Zio-Indebted Greece.

    • cechas vodobenikov

      stupid racist self uglified amerikan

    • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲

      You are a retard that hasnt even finished school.

  • cechas vodobenikov

    the civilized Greeks unfortunately for turkeys occupy most islands near turkey, in many cases less than a kilometer from do do land turkissingstan and adhering to international law claim jurisdiction—the turkeys r muslim brood grifters, where vast numbers of street vendors r selling trash attempting to cheat tourists—something the orthodox Greeks …amerikans luv their ISIS murdering imperialist nieces

  • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲
  • johnny rotten

    These international laws, on maritime borders and on economic zones, were designed precisely to provoke conflicts, common development areas could be created and peaceful agreements could be guaranteed, on the contrary these brilliant minds have planned further future wars, the mentality of profit and war is behind all this, it is time to abandon it.

    • Simplekindof Man

      I share the same opinion but with neighbors like Turkisis could you?
      What would turkey give in exchange? Give us the privilege of NOT harassing us everyday allday since…. forever? But as I have stated before Greece is fucked from the inside.No external force can do more damage than what the rotten system has already done including the pus called greek education.

  • Lazy Gamer

    The Med sea belongs to Med coastal states. Every one of those should enter into a regional treaty delineating maritime borders, other maritime zones, and shared areas, rights and limitations, as well as providing an effective internal mechanism for disputes. Maybe new arrangements like state partnerships subject to equitable sharing can be entered into regarding oil and transit

    • Zionism = EVIL

      In Utopian world maybe :) my friend we are in the law of the jungle promoted by Americunts and Zionist cunts.

  • M.A. Lamett

    This so called agreement means nothing in practicality. It is signed with an illegitimate government, meaning it is not recognized officially by the UN. Signing a deal with a renegade general called Haftar which is conducting terror in parts of Libya is far from legitimate, even though some major powers are supporting it. Lately even France said that he doesn’t have any links with Haftar forces, of course after they saw that Haftar is losing in Libya. Russians playing a different game with Wagner mercenaries and arms transportation from Khmeimim base of Syria. As Russia has lots to lose if it confronts Turkey, Russia is much more intelligent and conducting a shrewd balancing act especially the moment Turkey opened up to Nato and the US for its own smart power politics. Greece as usual is the puppet and the whipping boy everybody uses. This fake deal between Greece was planned in some other corners of power most likely in Tel Aviv rather than in Athens. Greece is just a useful idiot to be pushed forward, a cannon fodder if you like. This deal won’t fly considering the strong position of Turkey in Libya. The imperialistic and zionist forces behind Greece just want to have a stronger hand around the table when it comes to negotiations around the table.

  • James Adams

    Greece should deploy soldiers to support Haftar. They shouldn’t sit and wait for their severity to be carved up.

    • Mustafa Mehmet

      Greece bankrupt country they can’t afford it to deployed any army..

  • Nazif

    I bet LNA will soon get a good spanking from GNA for ratifying this agreement with greece.