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The Greek government believes Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’s participation in the recent 71st United Nations General Assembly was successful as the issues the Greek delegation wanted to promote were discussed during talks the premier held on the sidelines of the gathering.
These issues consisted of debt relief, the refugee crisis and the Cyprus issue. Additionally, the Greek delegation was fairly satisfied with the results of meetings aimed at attracting investment.
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