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Dendias: Greek Gov’t Promoting Active Foreign Policy

ATHENS — Mitsotakis' government promotes an active foreign policy. I am serving this policy in total agreement with Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, underlined Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias after his meeting with the Chairman of the Libyan Presidential Council Mohamed al-Menfi earlier on Saturday. The two officials' talks focused on the bilateral relations the promotion of the cooperation and the regional developments as well as Libya's stabilisation and reconstruction, according to a Foreign Ministry post on twitter.

"It was an opportunity as he was visiting Athens, to build after the excellent meeting president Menfi had with Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis at the Maximos Mansion" said Dendias.

"As you are aware, yesterday (Friday) I was in Cyprus, tomorrow (Sunday) I will be in Cairo and on Tuesday in Saudi Arabia and on Monday we have a Cabinet meeting" Dendias underlined.

Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias met earlier on Saturday with the French Ambassador Patrick Maisonnave. The meeting focused on the regional developments in the eastern Mediterranean.

Dendias will also visit Cairo on Sunday to meet with his Egyptian counterpart Sameh Shoukry. The talks are expected to focus on the bilateral relations and on the recent regional developments, the Greek Foreign Ministry said in an announcement on Saturday.

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