Dendias to Pay Official Visit to Turkey on April 14

ATHENS — Foreign Affairs Minister Nikos Dendias will visit Turkey on April 14, if circumstances allow, ministry spokesperson Alexandros Papaioannou told diplomatic correspondents at an e-briefing on Thursday.

This meeting will be the first in the last 4 years between the two countries' foreign ministers in Ankara, he noted, with the two sides expected to discuss issues pertaining to bilateral relations and regional cooperation.

Asked to comment on the upcoming visit of Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis to Libya, Papaioannou revealed that the Greek embassy in Tripoli will reopen in coming days before his visit, to prepare the ground and boost bilateral relations with Libya.


ATHENS - Government spokesman Pavlos Marinakis announced the new composition of the government following a cabinet reshuffle on Friday, in a press conference at the General Secretariat for Information and Communication.

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