Athens cultivates Saudi Arabia relations, prepares for MBS visit

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Middle East, Russia, Saudi Arabia

For some time, Athens has been investing in new partnerships in the wider Middle East region to justify its openness to a multidimensional foreign policy, but also to attract investments.

Another factor that is pushing Greece to secure a footprint in the region is of course, Turkey. It is no coincidence that in the last couple of years Athens has been seeking to enhance relations with countries that either do not have any relations with ...

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