The National Council on Foreign Policy met in a constructive climate today, under the chairmanship of Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias. The meeting focused on the course of Greek-Turkish relations.
Mr. Kotzias briefed the representatives of the political parties on all of the aspects of Greek-Turkish relations and presented the Greek government’s positions in detail. He also referred to Greece’s relations with neighbouring countries in Southeast Europe, in light of the quadrilateral meeting held last week in Thessaloniki.
Finally, Mr. Kotzias presented to the participants the Foreign Ministry’s planning for the coming time, highlighting, among other things, the Greek initiatives for promoting trilateral cooperation configurations and for hosting a multilateral meeting this coming September, in Rhodes, to be attended by six European countries and six Arab countries.