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Dendias in Tunisia – 100,000 Vaccines Will Be Transported

September 7, 2021

ATHENS — The strengthening of bilateral relations, recent developments in Tunisia, as well as in the wider Mediterranean region, are expected to dominate Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias' contacts in Tunis.

Dendias is leaving on Tuesday for Tunisia, where he is expected to be received by President Kais Saied.

The Foreign Minister will also meet with his Tunisian counterpart Othman Jerandi, as well as with Health Minister Ali Mrabet.

In a statement, the foreign ministry announced that the Air Force aircraft will transport 100,000 vaccines, which will be given to the Tunisian side in order to deal with the effects of the pandemic.

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