Serhat TUNAR -TDO- Israel has declared its opposition to the memorandum on security and Military Cooperation signed between Turkey and Libya last month and the memorandum on the limitation of maritime jurisdictions.
Speaking on behalf of Israel, Foreign Minister Israel Katz said it was not possible for this situation to escalate into a conflict between Ankara and Tel Aviv.
Israel, which opposes Turkey's deal with Libya, moves strategically in the Mediterranean with Egypt, Greece and Southern Cyprus.
As is known, Greece also claims that Turkey's agreement with Libya ignores the island of Crete.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is due to visit Greece next week. The top agenda item of the visit is expected to be the plan to build an undersea pipeline to export gas from Israel to Europe.