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Dendias Meets with Dep PM of Libya, Mayor of Benghazi

BENGHAZI, Libya — Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias who is visiting Libya on Monday met with Deputy Prime Minister Atiya Abdul Hafeez Al Qatrani in Benghazi. The two top officials' meeting focused on the strengthening of the long standing bilateral relations and Greece's readiness to assist the reconstruction efforts aas well as the regional developments, the Greek Foreign Ministry posted on twitter.

"FM @NikosDendias meets w/ #Libya DPM Hussein Atiya Abdul Hafeez Al Qatrani in #Benghazi –strengthening long-standing bilateral relations & #Greece’s readiness to assist reconstruction efforts in focus, regional dvpts also discussed"

Dendias also met with the mayor of Benghazi Saqr Bujwari to discuss economic & local government level cooperation, as well as the upcoming opening of the Greek Consulate General in Benghazi that will contribute to strengthening bilateral relations, the Greek Foreign Ministry posted on twitter.

"@NikosDendias met w/ #Benghazi Mayor Saqr Bujwari to discuss economic & local government level cooperation, as well as the upcoming opening of the Greek Consulate General in Benghazi that will contribute to strengthening bilateral relations".

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