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Greek Defence Min Pays Official Visit to Egypt

December 3, 2020

CAIRO — National Defence Minister Nikos Panagiotopoulos is paying an official visit to Egypt from Thursday to Saturday.

In Cairo, Panagiotopoulos is to meet with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and then with his Egyptian counterpart, General Mohamed Zaki.

On Friday, the minister is scheduled to participate in the video conference of the "European Defence Agency Conference 2020", and then go to the Patriarchal Monastery of Saint Savvas where he will meet with His Beatitude Pope and Patriarch of Alexandria and All Africa Theodore II.

On Saturday, December 5, Panagiotopoulos will attend the final phase of the joint interdisciplinary exercise "Medusa 10" with the participation of forces from Greece, Egypt, Cyprus, France and the United Arab Emirates.

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