Greece: Shoukry and Dendias discuss bilateral and regional issues in Cairo

Greece: Shoukry and Dendias discuss bilateral and regional issues in Cairo

Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Arab Republic of Egypt Sameh Shoukry received in Cairo his Greek counterpart Nikos Dendias.

In a post on the Egyptian Foreign Ministry’s Facebook page, “Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry receives his Greek counterpart to discuss waysto advance areas of cooperation between the two countries, in addition to a number of regional issues of mutual interest.”

According to the report, the meeting of the two ministers took place in the context of regular meetings between them, during which the two sides discussed ways to develop areas of cooperation between the two countries and regional issues of mutual interest.

According to the representative of the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ambassador Ahmed Hafez, the two ministers stressed the strong Greek-Egyptian relations and the friendship ties binding the two countries at all levels. Minister Shoukry underlined Egypt’s interest in facilitating the flow of Greek investments in Egypt and removing the obstacles Greek companies may face in the country. He also referred to the support of tourism cooperation between the two countries and stressed that Egypt looks forward to the rapid commencement of cooperation between the two countries in the field of energy.

Various regional issues and affairs were also discussed during the meeting. Dendias and Shoukry welcomed the level of political consultation between the two countries to coordinate positions in relation to all developments in the region. /ibna