Turkey has signed a deal with Libya that maps out a boundary in the east of the Mediterranean Sea, but in the middle is the Greek island of Crete.
There are fears the agreement will further complicate disputes over drilling for yet-untapped oil and gas in waters around the ethnically divided island nation of Cyprus.
The maritime boundary separates what Turkey and Libya have agreed will be their Exclusive Economic Zones.
They say this gives them full rights to exploit natural resources including oil and gas.
Presenter: Halla Mohieddeen
Ege Seckin – Political risk analyst focusing on Turkey at IHS Markit
Matthew Bryza – Senior fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Eurasia Center and Global Energy Center and a former US diplomat
Anas El Gomati – General-director of the Sadeq Institute
Source: Al Jazeera News