During the visit of Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias to London, an agreement was signed on cooperation between the two countries in defense, trade and education.
During the briefing, Mr. Dendias spoke about the result of his meeting with his British counterpart Elizabeth Truss. The message of the head of the Greek Foreign Ministry was spread by the information service of the department. Nikos Dendias noted:
“We discussed in detail the issues related to defense and a wider range of problems, the situation in the Balkans, as well as investments and education issues, in general, Greek-British relations, bearing in mind the visit of Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis to the United Kingdom in mid-November. we had the opportunity to sign a Greek-British agreement that covers all areas: defense, trade, educational relations, everything that may be of interest to both countries. “
Dendias said that they also discussed the problems of the Eastern Mediterranean, the Cyprus settlement, the application of the law of the sea. The Foreign Minister said that now this important agreement needs to be filled with action in order to prove that relations between the two countries were in no way affected by the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union, stressing, as reported RIA News:
“On the contrary, this is an opportunity for closer, deeper and more sincere bilateral relations.”