Athens pleased about new EU-Egypt deal, seeks closer ties with Cairo

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Egypt, European Union

Greece welcomed the new economic investment and migration pact the European Union signed with Egypt on Sunday, which will be worth 7.4 billion euros to Cairo over the next four years.

Athens agreed to upgrade its relations with Egypt through the establishment of a high-level cooperation council.

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