FM Dendias Briefs Parliamentary Parties on Foreign Policy Issues

ATHENS – Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias is to brief the parliamentary parties on current foreign policy issues on Friday, in a series of meetings with the parties’ representatives as well as the chairperson of Parliament’s National Defence and Foreign Affairs Committee.

The first meeting was at 10:00 with main opposition SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance representative George Katrougalos, followed by PASOK-KINAL representative Andreas Loverdos at 10:45.

Dendias will meet with Communist Party of Greece (KKE) representative Giorgos Marinos at 11:30 and at 12:00 he will receive the representative of Elliniki Lysi, Antonis Mylonakis. At 12:30 he will meet wtih the representatives of MERA25 Sofia Sakorafa and Dimitris Liapis and at 13:00 with the chairman of the parliamentary standing committee for national defence and foreign affairs Konstantinos Gioulekas.

Finally, at 13:45, he will brief ruling New Democracy (ND) representative Dimitris Keridis.


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