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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.
During the year, Greek foreign policy flowed in new directions, for example in relation to some African countries. But it also accomplished a rapprochement with Libya.
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