Al-Menfi and Dendias Discuss Bilateral Relations Between Libya and Greece – Al Marsad

Greek Foreign Minister, Nikos Dendias, visited the Libyan Embassy in Athens on Saturday to meet with the Chairman of the Presidential Council, Mohamed al-Menfi, and discuss bilateral relations following the recent meeting with Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.

(LIBYA, 18 April 2021) – The Greece Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias said the meeting, which took place at the Libyan Embassy in Athens, “was an opportunity, with President Menfi in Athens, to build on the extremely good meeting he had with Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis at the Maximos Mansion.”

The talks focused on bilateral relations, promoting Greek-Libyan cooperation, regional developments, and the prospects for the stabilisation and reconstruction in Libya.

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He said: “I was in Cyprus yesterday, at the quadrilateral meeting with the UAE, Israel and Cyprus. Tomorrow I will be in Cairo, Tuesday in Saudi Arabia, and on Monday we have a meeting of the Council of Ministers.”

“The Mitsotakis Government is exercising an energetic and active foreign policy. I am serving this policy in absolute coordination with Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis,” added Dendias.

President Mohamed al-Menfi stated that he appreciated Greece’s support for the political process in Libya, and stressed the importance of enhancing joint cooperation between the two countries in various fields. Al-Menfi also praised the success of the talks he held during the last few days with many senior Greek officials.



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