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Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said he would ask NATO member states to support Greece at alliance’s summit amid Turkey’s attempts to encroach on the country's sovereignty, the Associated Press reported.

Mitsotakis also highlighted the deal on the delimitation of maritime borders in the Mediterranean Sea, which Turkey signed with Libya last week.

The Greek PM said Sunday in Congress that an alliance cannot remain indifferent when one of its members openly violates international law, and a neutral approach harms Greece, which has never sought conflict in the region.

Earlier, Cyprus, Greece and Egypt condemned the agreement on the delimitation of maritime borders in the Mediterranean Sea, signed between Turkey and Libya, saying that it is contrary to international law.

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