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US Amb. Pyatt Briefs Dendias on U.S. Sanctions Against Turkey

December 15, 2020

ΑΤΗΕΝS — Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias on Tuesday had a meeting with US Ambassador to Greece Geoffrey Pyatt, who briefed him on the sanctions against Turkey under CAATSA that the United States announced on Monday.

According to a foreign ministry tweet, they also discussed bilateral relations, regional issues and the Eastern Mediterranean.

"Marking the end of a fantastically productive year of progress in U.S.-Greece relations with Minister Nikos Dendias and looking ahead ambitiously to accomplish even more in 2021!" Pyatt commented in his own post on Twitter.

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