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Mitsotakis underlines geopolitical and ideological links between Greece and US
Government officials were in buoyant mood on Wednesday after Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis wrapped up his visit to Washington, following up his meeting with US President Joe Biden on Monday with a speech to Congress on Tuesday.
Littered with historical references, Mitsotakis used the rare opportunity afforded to him to speak to a joint meeting of Congress to make it clear Greece stands against Russian aggression in Ukraine even though it has “no animus” towards Russia, Athens ...
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