Foreign Policy

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Photo via Athens treads carefully over Ukrainian stand-off

Greece is closely monitoring developments on the Ukrainian crisis but has no intention of being caught up in the fierce confrontation between the West and Moscow. Athens does not wish to take sides in the dispute.

Photo via A busy year of diplomacy for Athens, but Greek-Turkish ties stagnate

Greece was active on the diplomatic front throughout 2021: High-level agreements were signed, while Prime Minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis and Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias visited several countries with the aim of forging stronger ties with countries that are significant for Greek interests.

Mitsotakis heads to Israel and Russia with broad agenda

Issues that are high on the Greek government’s diplomatic agenda, such as energy, the tension in the Eastern Mediterranean and Turkey are expected to top the talks that Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis will have on his visits to Tel Aviv and Sochi this week.

Athens gets seat at Libya conference, but talks yield little

An international conference on Libya ended in Paris on Friday with a commitment from the North African country’s authorities to hold presidential elections on December 24 and a decision to set up a schedule for the withdrawal of foreign forces from Libya.

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