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Greece, Slovenia Sign Agreement on Mutual Protection of Classified Information

ATHENS — An agreement on mutual protection of classified information between Greece and the Republic of Slovenia was signed on Monday, October 4.

According to an announcement, the agreement was signed by the director of the 5th Division of GEETHA, Lieutenant General Dimitrios Houpis, as the authorized representative of the Greek government, and the ambassador of the country in Athens, Matjaž Longar, as the representative of the government of Slovenia .

With the signing of the agreement, the cooperation at the bilateral level for the exchange of classified information between the two allied countries in NATO and the European Union is further enhanced.

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