Greek FM Dendias Speaks on the Phone with New Israeli FM

ATHENS – Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias spoke on the phone with the new Israeli Foreign Minister, Gabi Ashkenazi, on Monday.

The talks focused on bilateral and regional co-operation, according to a foreign ministry tweet.

Specifically, they discussed the planning of the next Greek-Israeli Supreme Cooperation Council, as well as meetings in the framework of the trilateral Greece-Cyprus-Israel mechanism, as well as the 3 + 1 mechanism, with the participation of the United States.

In addition, according to the same sources, views were exchanged on tourism between Greece and Israel, countries with corresponding epidemiological data.

The discussion took place in a very warm atmosphere and reaffirmed the strong bonds of friendship and cooperation between Greece and Israel, the same sources noted.



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