EU Summit will discuss ‘ineffectiveness’ of Turkey-Libya memorandum


The draft conclusions of the EU Summit were discussed by the Ministers for European Affairs, held yesterday in Brussels.

The draft conclusions of the forthcoming EU Summit included explicit reference to the fact that the memorandum between Turkey and Libya does not produce legal effects, said MP Miltiadis Varvitsiotis.

Mr Varvitsiotis is the Alternate Minister of Foreign Affairs for European affairs.

“We discussed the draft conclusions of the upcoming European Union Summit, which will be held on Thursday and Friday. This plan included an explicit reference to the fact that the memorandum between Turkey and Libya does not produce legal effects,” Mr Varvitsiotis said in a statement following the conclusion of the EU General Affairs Council in Brussels.

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