Greece, Albania reach deal on continental shelf border

ATHENS, Greece — Greece and Albania have reached an agreement on the delimitation of their maritime space and continental shelf in the Ionian Sea, Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis said on Friday (March 20th).

The two countries have successfully concluded negotiations and will soon sign the agreement, expected to help bilateral relations. Karamanlis said the deal is fully based on international law principles and the UN Maritime Convention’s provisions.

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