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FM Dendias Briefing Parties on Foreign Relations Developments Thursday

October 28, 2020

ATHENS — Foreign Affairs Minister Nikos Dendias will brief parliamentary parties on current developments on Thursday.

The issues include diplomatic initiatives to deal with Turkish provocations and illegalities; the agreement with Albania to refer maritime zones to the International Court at The Hague; the visit to Athens earlier this week of Russian FM Sergey Lavrov; and the results of the trilateral meeting with Cyprus and Israel.

Scheduled individual party briefings are as follows, with MPs' names in parentheses:

– 10:00, SYRIZA (George Katrougalos)

– 11:00, Movement for Change/KINAL (Andreas Loverdos)

– 13:15, Greek Solution (Antonis Mylonakis)

– 13:45, MeRA25 (Dimitris Liapis, Sofia Sakorafa)

– 14:10, Communist Party of Greece (Georgios Marinos)

 

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