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FM Dendias in Odessa to Carry Humanitarian Aid

ATHENS – Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias will visit Odessa on Sunday, according to a foreign ministry’s announcement.

He will be carrying humanitarian aid, which will be delivered to the Municipal Authorities of the city.

The purpose of his visit, apart from delivering humanitarian aid, is to set up a permanent mechanism for the distribution of humanitarian aid, to meet with members of the Greek Diaspora, to reopen the Consulate General in the city, as well as to visit and assess the condition of premises inextricably linked with Greek history, such as the Museum of the Filiki Etairia, the announcement added.

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