FM Dendias’ Schedule in Tunisia

ATHENS — Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias is visiting Tunisia where he will have a seriesof meetings with the country's political authorities.

During his visit to Tunisia, Dendias will be received by the Tunisian President Kais Saied and the Prime Minister Elyes Fkhafkah while he will also hold talks with his Tunisian counterpart Noureddine Erray.

According to a Greek Foreign Ministry's announcement, the talks will focus on issues of bilateral and regional interest and especially the current developments in Libya and the wider region of the eastern Mediterranean. They also will discuss the issue of the Middle East and the relations between EU and Tunisia.

Finally, an agreement on the sea transport between the two countries will be signed.

Dendias' schedule during his visit to Tunisia is the following (Tunis time)

09:45: Meeting with the Tunisian Foreign Minister and afterwards the two delegations will hold broad deliberations.

11:00: The signing of the Sea Transport agreement followed by statements to the press.

12:00: Meeting with the President of Tunisia.

13:00: Lunch in honour of the the Greek Foreign Minister hosted by his Tunisian counterpart.

15:00: Meeting with the Prime Minister of Tunisia.


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