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Dendias Concludes Visit to NY for 76th UN General Assembly High Level Week

September 25, 2021

NEW YORK — Greek Foreign Affairs Minister Nikos Dendias concluded a busy series of bilateral relations for the High Level Week of the 76th UN General Assembly late on Friday (Athens time).

Dendias' schedule at the United Nations included both traditional friends and partners of Greece, as well as counterparts from countries with whom contact is not as frequent. Among others, these countries included FMs of , Mexico, Panama, Ghana and Angola.

In a tweet following his meeting with Mexico's Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard, Dendias said they discussed expanding collaboration. "Upgrading relations with Latin American countries is a priority for Greece," he underlined.

Dendias was in New York since September 20.

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