FM Dendias: I Will Brief the FA Council on the Situation in the Southeastern Mediterranean

BRUSSELS – Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias will brief EU Foreign Ministers Affairs Council that convenes on Monday in Luxembourg on the situtation in the southeastern Mediterranean.

“I will brief the Council on the conditions in the Southeastern Mediterranean and on my recent visits to the Balkan countries and specifically to the Western Balkans and on our efforts to expedite North Macedonia and Albania’s accession course,” Dendias said upon his arrival to the Council meeting.

The Greek Minister underlined that he is looking forward to the lunch with Egypt’s Foreign Minister Shameh Shoukry. “I believe that Europe has everything to gain from a closer cooperation with Egypt. Egypt is a country of cardinal importance for our European family.”

Earlier, Dendias attended an unofficial working breakfast with the president of the International Red Cross, Peter Maurer.



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