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Dendias to Brief Parliament on Greece-Italy Maritime Zones Agreement

ATHENS — Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias will hold a series of meetings with parliamentary party representatives to brief them on the recently signed Greece-Italy agreement for the delimitation of maritime zones between the two countries.

On Tuesday at 12:15, Dendias will meet with the Communist Party of Greece (KKE) spokesperson Thanassis Pafilis, while on Thursday he will meet with an Elliniki Lysi spokesperson at 10:30 and MeRA25 spokesperson Sofia Sakorafa at 11:00.

On Friday at noon, the Greek foreign minister will meet with SYRIZA representative George Katrougalos.

The meetings with the representatives of the ruling New Democracy and opposition Movement for Change (KINAL) parties will take place next week.

 

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