Greek PM in Cairo for trilateral meeting
Energy cooperation, regional security and the management of migration flows will be on the agenda as Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras holds talks with Egyptian and Cypriot leaders in Cairo Tuesday.
The Greek premier will be accompanied by seven government officials: ministers Nikos Kotzias (Foreign Affairs), Panos Skourletis (Energy), Christos Spirtzis (Infrastructure), Theodoros Dritsas (Shipping) and Elena Kountoura (Tourism), as well as government spokeswoman Olga Gerovasili and Alternate Foreign Minister Dimitris Mardas.
The meeting, which is also set to focus on tourism, environment and shipping cooperation, is the fourth such trilateral summit involving leaders of the three countries. The last was in December last year.
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