FM Dendias: Greece Will Continue to Help the Victims of the Devastating Earthquakes

BUENOS AIRES – “Greece will continue to help the victims of the devastating earthquakes, both in Turkiye and in Syria,” Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias said in his statement after the end of his meeting with Argentina’s Foreign Minister, Santiago Andrés Cafiero, in Buenos Aires.

It is the first-ever visit of a Greek foreign affairs minister to the Latin American country.

“My country is a country of principles, and its principles dictate that we try, as much as we can, to alleviate human suffering,” he stressed.

During the meeting, they had an extensive exchange of views, on the political level, on the economic level, but also on the level of relations between Argentina and the European Union, especially on the issue of signing the EU-Mercosur agreement.


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