Greek President and the PM informed by FM Kotzias about latest developments on foreign affairs

Greek President and the PM informed by FM Kotzias about latest developments on foreign affairs

Greece’s President, Prokopis Pavlopoulos and the country’s Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipras were informed about current developments of Greek foreign affairs, on Wednesday morning by the competent minister, Nikos Kotzias.

The Greek FM spoke to Pavlopoulos and Tsipras about the three-day meeting he had in Crete during the past weekend with his Albanian counterpart, Ditmir Bushati, the talks he will be having from November 20 on, regarding the fYROMacedonia name issue and the Foreign Affairs Council of the EU he participated in, that took place in Brussels, on Monday, November 13. Kotzias talked to both men also about his meeting with fYROMacedonia’s FM, Nikola Dimitrov, in Brussels, on the sidelines of the EU Council.

According to exclusive IBNA sources, Nikos Kotzias discussed both with the President and the premier about the upcoming visit of the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who is expected in Athens in December as well as the Trilateral Summit between Greece, Cyprus and Egypt about to take place on November 21, in Nicosia, Cyprus…/IBNA