Kyriakos Mitsotakis lauds the' excellent level' of Greek-US relations during talks.
A US House of Representatives delegation met with the Greek prime minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Tuesday in Athens.
Mitsotakis praised the "very good level" of Greek-US relations during talks, according to a statement from the office of the Greek prime minister.
He also emphasised the development of the two nations' military cooperation.
According to Mitsotakis, Greece has developed into a significant gate in the flow of energy to Europe. Alexandroupolis (Dedeagac), a location in the country's north, is of considerable strategic importance.
He added that because of the investments made by businesses like Amazon, Microsoft, and Google, the nation has also emerged as a leader in the sector of data storage and management.
He added that because to the investments made by businesses like Amazon, Microsoft, and Google, the nation has also emerged as a leader in the sector of data storage and management.
The Greek prime minister noted that Turkey's rhetoric heightened tensions in bilateral relations and added that Athens supports dialogue based on maritime and international law.
Adam Smith, the head of the US House of Representatives Armed Services Committee, served as the delegation's leader. George Tsunis, the US ambassador to Athens, was with him.