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Bilateral Relations and Regional Developments to Dominate Dendias, Cavusoglou Meeting

ATHENS — Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias will have a private meeting with his Turkish counterpart Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu on Thursday, April 15, followed by talks in a broader meeting between the two delegations and joint statements to the press.

The agenda of the talks will include bilateral relations, both political and economic, as well as international developments with an emphasis on European Union-Turkey relations, including migration-refugees, as well as regional developments with an emphasis on Libya and Syria, according to diplomatic sources.

On the Greek side, the delegation will include the Deputy Foreign Minister for Economic Diplomacy, Kostas Fragogiannis, as well as the official leadership of the ministry.

The Turkish foreign minister will host an "iftar" dinner in honor of Dendias, due to the start of Ramadan, according to the same sources.

Dendias, Panagiotopoulos to participate in NATO meeting

Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias and Defence Minister Nikos Panagiotopoulos will participate on Wednesday via a teleconference in the emergency joint meeting of NATO foreign and defence ministers.

The topic of the teleconference will be the situation in Afghanistan.

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