Greece’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nikos Dendias, participated in the online event organized by the Center for European Policy Analysis, themed “Greece’s Role in the Eastern Mediterranean”.
The discussion was moderated by Dr. Alina Polyakova, President and CEO of Center for European Policy Analysis, and was recorded during Foreign Minister’s recent visit in Washington DC.
In his intervention, the Minister of Foreign Affairs discussed Greece’s foreign policy priorities, its bilateral relations with the U.S., and Greece’s emerging role in regional security and broader global diplomacy efforts.
” Amid shifting geopolitical dynamics in the Eastern Mediterranean, Greece has emerged as a pivotal player in maintaining the stability and security of the region. Upon his visit to Washington, DC for the renewal of the Mutual Defense Cooperation Agreement (MDCA) between Greece and the United States, Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias sits down with Dr. Alina Polyakova to discuss Greece’s foreign policy priorities, its bilateral relations with the U.S., and its growing role in regional security and broader global diplomacy efforts. ” stated CEPA.
Watch the full interview:
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