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Dendias Hosts SEECP Working Breakfast in Brussels

November 15, 2021

BRUSSELS – Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias on Monday hosted a working breakfast in Brussels, on behalf of the Chairmanship in Office of the South East European Cooperation Process (SEECP), currently held by Greece.

The breakfast, taking place on the margins of the Foreign Affairs Council, was attended by EU Ministers, EU High Representative and European Commission Vice President Josep Borrell, European Neighbourhood and Enlargement Commissioner Oliver Varhelyi, participants in the SEECP and the Secretary General of the Regional Cooperation Council, Majlinda Bregu.

The focus was on the European perspective of the Western Balkans and regional cooperation, according to a foreign ministry tweet.

Nikos Dendias is in Brussels, in order to participate in the EU Foreign Affairs Council (FAC).

After the breakfast, the Minister will participate in the Foreign Affairs Council, the agenda of which includes a discussion on the Western Balkans and the Sahel region.

Under “Current affairs”, the issue of Varosha, the situation in Belarus and Ethiopia, as well as climate change will be discussed.

Subsequently, the Minister of Foreign Affairs will participate in the Eastern Partnership Ministerial Meeting.

Finally, he will participate, together with the Minister of National Defence, Nikos Panagiotopoulos, in the joint session of EU Foreign Affairs and Defence Ministers that will examine the first draft of the “EU Strategic Compass”.

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