Greek Foreign Minister meets with Australia’s Assistant Foreign Minister at NATO Summit

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The Greek Foreign Minister Giorgos Gerapetritis engaged in discussions with Australia’s Assistant Foreign Minister Tim Watts at the NATO Member States’ Foreign Ministers’ Summit last week.

During their meeting, Mr Gerapetritis and Mr Watts exchanged their views on key international issues, highlighting the significance of diplomatic relations between Greece and Australia.

The two-day NATO Summit in Brussels focused on bilateral cooperation opportunities.

In a formal statement made on the Thursday, Mr Gerapetritis said the event marked the 75th anniversary of NATO’s founding, “an alliance that has proven exceedingly important for global security and peace throughout history.”

Source: Maths.gr.

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