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Greek National Council on Foreign Policy Meeting on Wednesday

ATHENS – Τhe National Council on Foreign Policy chaired by Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias is to convene on Wednesday to examine developments relating to Turkish provocations and the plan for the new Organisation of the Foreign Ministry.

Alternate Foreign Minister Miltiadis Varvitsiotis and the chairman of the national defence and foreign affairs committee, Constantinos Gioulekas, will participate in the meeting.

Attending on behalf of ruling New Democracy are deputies Aggelos Syrigos and Makarios Lazaridis, while main opposition SYRIZA is represented by George Katrougalos and Evangelos Kalpadakis, the Movement for Change (KINAL) by Andreas Loverdos and Petros Efthymiou, Elliniki Lysi by Antonios Mylonakis and Evangelos Fanidis and MeRA25 by Sophia Sakorafa and Dimitris Liapis.

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