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Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias is visiting Ankara on Thursday, where he is expected to also be received by Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan following an invitation that arrived in Athens on Wednesday evening, just before the beginning of NATO’s extraordinary teleconference on Afghanistan and Ukraine, which was the main reason for the 24-hour postponement of the trip.
The last time Erdogan met with a Greek Foreign Minister was in 2017, when Nikos Kotzias was the country’s chief diplomat. That was also the last visit by a Greek official to Ankara until now.
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