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FM Dendias in Egypt; Meets with Egyptian President

CAIRO — President of Egypt Abdel Fattah el-Sisi received earlier on Thursday visiting Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias. The strong bonds between Greece and Egypt and the further strengthening of the cooperation between the two countries dominated the talks according to a Greek Foreign Ministry post on twitter.

Afterwards, Dendias will meet with his Egyptian counterpart Sameh Shoukri with whom they will discuss issues of bilateral and regional interest with focus on the delimitation of the maritime zones, the developments in Libya and in the wider region of eastern Mediterranean, said a Foreign Ministry announcement.

 

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