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Greece received Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni on Wednesday, with the government hoping that the latest visit by a European leader would help shift the focus from the series of problems that have arisen this week.
Gentiloni, accompanied by six ministers and representatives of Italian firms Edison, Eni, Enel and Snam, visited Corfu for a meeting of the Greece-Italy High-Level Cooperation Council. His visit is seen as a scaled down version of French President Emman...
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