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FM Dendias Continues Meetings with Party Representatives

ATHENS — Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias continued his meetings with the representatives of the political parties on Friday in order to inform them on the Greece-Italy agreement for the delimitation of maritime zones.

Dendias held a meeting with the representative of the main opposition, George Katrougalos, while he will also meet with the representative of KINAL, Andreas Loverdos.

The round of meetings began on Tuesday, June 23, when the foreign minister met with Communist Party of Greece (KKE) representatives Thanasis Pafilis and George Marinos. On Thursday, he informed the representative of Elliniki Lysi, Antonis Mylonakis, as well as the representative of MERA25, Sofia Sakorafa.

The briefings will end next week, with a meeting with ruling New Democracy's spokersperson.

 

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