ZAGREB – Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias on Friday addressed the annual conference of the Croatian Ambassadors in Zagreb, to which he was invited by his Croatian counterpart Gordan Grlić-Radman.
In his speech, according to diplomatic sources, Dendias underlined the excellent level of bilateral relations between Greece and Croatia, which this year celebrate the 30-year anniversary of establishing diplomatic relations, noting that they are an example for the wider region of the Balkans.
He also referred to the European perspective of the Western Balkans, saying that this was the only way to consolidate stability and prevent the revival of the revisionism in the region, the same sources said.
Dendias spoke of the challenges Greece is facing and of the recent Turkish provovative actions, as well as Greece’s adherence to international law and particularly the Law of the Sea.
This is Dendias’ fifth visit to Croatia since assuming office.