Dendias to Zelensky: Greece condemns any revisionary attempt to change the borders

Nikos Dendias Volodymyr Zelensky Greece Ukraine

Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias made a full condemnation of any attempt to change the borders by revisionist forces in his meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Dendias was received by the Ukrainian president as part of his visit to Kyiv, in the presence of his Ukrainian counterpart Dmytro Kuleba.

Greece, Dendias emphasised, remains resolute in its unwavering solidarity with Ukraine and fully condemns any attempt to change the borders by the revisionist forces, reported the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Earlier, Dendias visited the Ukrainian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. However, the joint press conference with Kuleba took place from a shelter, where the Greek minister was safely taken, as sirens were ringing.

"We do not recognise the illegal annexation of the Ukrainian territories," he said, condemning the Russian attacks, the revisionist movements and the violation of International Law.

He also spoke of "Russian war crimes". Referring to the Turkish provocations, he said: "The Greeks also have a great neighbour in our East. A neighbour who has issued a threat of war against us."

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