Greek Ambassador in talks with Russia about Libya

According to an announcement by the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs:

“On September 3rd, the Special Representative of the President of the Russian Federation for the Middle East and Africa, Deputy Foreign Minister of the Russian Federation Mikhail Bogdanov, received the Ambassador of the Hellenic Republic to the Russian Federation, Catherine Nasika, at her request.

During their conversation, they exchanged views on the situation in the Middle East and North Africa region, focusing on the development of the situation in Libya and the region around it.” concludes the announcement of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The Greek request for conversation and coordination with Russia comes at a time of intense political and military instability in Libya, with only yesterday great battles unfolding in the capital Tripoli when, as we informed you, an entire brigade refused to obey the orders of the Libyan central military command.

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