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In Athens, Mitsotakis Meets American Jewish Committee Leader

ATHENS – His New Democracy government having pledged to fight anti-Semitism and hosting a conference on the issue, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis met with the new head of the American Jewish Committee Ted Deutch.

The Premier talked with Deutch about Greek-American relations and especially the country’s relations with Israel, which now include plans for energy development and transportation among others.

Mitsotakis presented in detail the initiatives Greece is undertaking and the infrastructure it is developing – with the Floating Storage Regasification Unit at the port of Alexandroupolis near Turkey’s border.

Deutch’s meeting with Kyriakos Mitsotakis is the first contact of the new CEO of the AJC with a foreign leader, said the state-run Athens-Macedonia News Agency ANA-MPA but it wasn’t said if they discussed anti-Semitism.

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