Bilateral Relations, Regional Developments Dominate Meeting between Greek-Tunisian FMs

ATHENS — Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias, who is in Tunisia for meetings with the country's state and political leadership, met earlier on Monday with his Tunisian counterpart Noureddine Erray.

Bilateral relations, regional developments and the promotion of regional cooperation dominated Dendias' meeting with Erray, according to a Foreign Ministry's post on twitter.

After their meeting, extended talks of the delegations of Greece and Tunisia followed. A Maritime Transport Agreement will then be signed between the two countries.

Later, the foreign minister will be received by President Kais Saied and Prime Minister Elyes Fakhfakh.

According to a Foreign Ministry statement, the talks will focus on bilateral and regional issues, with emphasis on current developments in Libya and the wider Eastern Mediterranean region. The issue of the Middle East and EU-Tunisia relations will also be discussed


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