Dendias again raised the issue of "German reparations for World War II"

Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias once again raised the issue of reparations during World War II for the Nazi occupation of Greece and asked his German counterpart Annalena Burbock to stop the export of submarines to Turkey. Nikos Dendias At a meeting of two senior diplomats in Athens on Friday morning and during joint statements, […]

Nikos Dendias on a visit to Ukrainian Odessa

Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias, visiting Odessa on Tuesday, July 12, announced his support for the Greeks living there now, who left Mariupol. The head of the Foreign Ministry assured that Greece continues to take care of their well-being, and is also trying to protect Odessa and its cultural heritage. On behalf of the Greek […]

Dendias: “Modernization of Turkish arsenals with the help of the United States is a problem for Greece”

“Modernizing Turkish weapons with the help of the United States is a problem,” Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias said Thursday in Parliament during discussions on the Greek-US Mutual Defense Agreement, which is due to be ratified today. As we reported earlier, the Biden administration is asking Congress to approve the modernization of the Turkish F-16 […]

Greece reopens embassy in Kyiv

“Today, the Greek flag is flying again in Kyiv and the Greek Embassy has reopened its doors in the Ukrainian capital, which is a high symbolism,” Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias said in statements on Monday following a meeting with Kenyan Foreign Minister Reychel Omamo. Η ελληνική σημαία κυματίζει πάλι σήμερα στο κίεβο, την πρωτεύουσα της […]

Dendias: “EastMed is alive and well”

Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias dismissed Victoria Nuland’s claims that the EastMed gas pipeline was dead and said the project was “alive and well”. This statement was made by the head of the Greek Foreign Ministry on Saturday at the Delphi Economic Forum, in response to the statement US Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs […]

Greece will appeal to the International Court in The Hague with a request to investigate war crimes in Mariupol

Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias in an interview The Guardiansaid that Athens would apply to the International Court of Justice in The Hague with a request to investigate war crimes in Mariupol. The minister stated this in a comment before the meeting of NATO foreign ministers in Brussels. “Greece will ask the International Court of […]

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