“If Turkey can sign formal agreements with the internationally recognized government, it will be able to guarantee a share of Libyan oil,” he said. Athens pledges that the UN Division for Maritime Affairs and The Law of the Sea will set the geographical coordinates of the maritime border agreement in Libya signed by Turkey and the Tripoli government on 29 November 2019. The dispute has left Ankara looking for allies in the region. The new agreements were signed on Wednesday during a meeting between Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan and Fayez al-Serraj, head of the Tripoli government, which supports Ankara against a rival military power in eastern Libya. The Israeli perspective of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs comments that the agreement does not give sovereignty to Turkey and Libya over the claimed waters.  In addition, it is said that third countries have been kept in the dark about the agreement between Libya and Turkey, raising questions about its legitimacy.  The communications director of the Turkish presidency, Fahrettin Altun, tweeted on Thursday that the agreement would strengthen military relations with the Tripoli government. Just as it appeared that Germany had brought the two sides together earlier this month, Greece and Egypt signed a maritime agreement that overlapped on the eve of talks with Turkey. Turkey and the government of the national agreement have signed a maritime border treaty to create an exclusive economic zone in the Mediterranean, meaning they can claim rights to basic marine resources.  According to the list of maritime border treaties, this is the first agreement ever signed between the two countries and thus introduces a new dynamic in the eastern Mediterranean region. However, there are concerns that the agreement could fuel an “energy showdown” in the region because it is highly controversial.  The main contribution of the agreement was that it guaranteed the revival of the borders of the EEZ and the eleven continents within the eastern Mediterranean, since it is the second agreement on the delimitation of maritime borders – according to the agreement with the TRNC – signed in the eastern Mediterranean with a neighbouring country, while Greece`s agreements with Egypt and southern Cyprus have lost most of their legitimacy.
where Ankara and its Gulf ally, Qatar, support the Government of the National Agreement (GNA), while the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, France and Russia support rival forces based in Tobruk, led by Khalifa Haftar, a 75-year-old warlord. The United States, Peru and Colombia are a handful of countries that have also not ratified the UNCLOS agreement. Turkey is not a signatory to the 1982 UNITED Nations Agreement on the Settlement of Maritime Borders and does not recognize the Southern Republic of Cyprus and its agreements on an exclusive economic zone with Egypt, Lebanon and Israel. Greece recognizes its territories within the territory between the region of Crete and the island of Meyisti as a single coast.