Foreign Minister Dendias to visit Tunisia on Monday
Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Dendias is to travel to Tunisia on Monday, where he will be meeting with the country’s state and political leadership, the foreign ministry announced.
During his visit, Dendias will be received by the country’s President, Kais Saied, and Prime Minister, Elyes Fakhfakh, and will also have talks with his counterpart, Noureddine Erray.
The talks will focus on bilateral and regional issues, with emphasis on developments in Libya and the wider Eastern Mediterranean. They will also discuss issues pertaining to the Middle East and EU-Tunisian relations.
Finally, a Maritime Transport Agreement between the two countries will be signed.
You may be interested
Cavusoglu openly threatens Greece with war in front of German Foreign Ministermakis - Jan 18, 2021
Greece and Turkey might have agreed to sit at the table for exploratory talks at the end of January, but…
Greek Archbishop Ieronymos: Islam is not a religion but a political ideology of conquestPanos - Jan 18, 2021
Archbishop of Athens and All Greece Ieronymos II expressed the view that Islam and its citizens, was not a religion,…
Nikos Dendias: Only matters Greece will discuss with Turkey is EOZ and sea-shelfPanos - Jan 18, 2021
Foreign Affairs Minister Nikos Dendias made it clear that the only issue Greece would discuss with Turkey in the upcoming exploratory…