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Statements of Foreign Minister Avramopoulos and FYROM Deputy Prime Minister Fatmir Besimi following their meeting (Athens, 8 May 2013)
The strategic goal of Greece is the creation of a space of peace, stability and development on our northern borders.
Highlights of the statements of Foreign Minister Avramopoulos and his Azerbaijani counterpart, E. Mammadyarov (Baku, 30 April 2013)
Foreign Minister Avramopoulos meets with his Azerbaijani countepart: Joint steps to expand and deepen cooperation in the sectors of energy, tourism, trade and culture
Foreign Minister Avramopoulos meets with the Special Adviser to the UN Secretary-General on Cyprus, A. Downer
The Cyprus issue is a matter of respect for the principles, values and rules of the international community and international law
Statements of Foreign Minister Avramopoulos and his Bosnia and Herzegovina counterpart Z. Lagumdzija
Greece looks forward to further strengthening bilateral relations with Bosnia and Herzegovina, to the benefit of both our countries and the wider region
Foreign Minister Dimitris Avramopoulos sent a letter of condolence today, 21 May 2013, to his U.S. counterpart, John Kerry, expressing his condolences to the families of the victims of the catastrophic tornado in Oklahoma and the support of the Greek people for their friends the American people.
Deputy Foreign Minister Dimitris Kourkoulas will be in Brussels from 20 to 22 May to attend the 21 May General Affairs Council, which will make preparations for the proceedings of the 22 May European Council.Issues on the agenda include energy, taxation and the EU multiannual financial framework.
Ladies and Gentlemen,First of all I would like to express my warm thanks to the Management of Eurobank for the invitation to participate in this, the 4th Go International event, which will be taking place in Moscow on 28 and 29 May 2013.At the same time, I would like to congratulate the bank and...
On the instructions of Foreign Minister Dimitris Avramopoulos, and within the framework of the regular meetings between Greece and Turkey, the Foreign Ministry’s Secretary General, Ambassador Anastassis Mitsialis, will meet in Istanbul tomorrow, Tuesday, 21 May 2013, with Turkish Undersecretary of...
Deputy Foreign Minister Kostas Tsiaras will respond at 19:00 on Monday, 20 May 2013, to a current question in Parliament from the Golden Dawn party.
In recent months, Greek foreign policy set the goal – in tandem with reorganization – of repairing the country’s crisis-damaged image. The aim was for Greek diplomacy to be able once again to move boldly, with initiatives and ideas, in its geopolitical environs and beyond, restoring Greece to a...
Deputy Foreign Minister Dimitris Kourkoulas will participate at 11:30 on Monday, 20 May 2013, in a press conference being held by Eurobank, at the Bodossaki Foundation building (20 Amalias Ave.), regarding the “Go International” Business Mission to Moscow, which will take place on 27-28 May, with...
Deputy Foreign Minister Kostas Tsiaras sent the following message of condolence at the passing of the honorary President of the Greek Community of Naples and Campania and former honorary Consul of Greece in Naples, Evangelos Typaldos:“I was just informed of the passing of the honorary President of...