Bilateral relations between Greece and the United Kingdom and ways to further deepen bilateral cooperation in the post-Brexit era, were at the heart of the “productive meeting”, via a teleconference previously held by Deputy Foreign Minister Miltiadis Barvitsiotis, with the Minister of Culture British Media and Digital Policy, Julia Lopez.
In particular, according to a statement by the Deputy Minister, the talks focused on facilitating both British citizens residing, visiting and operating in our country, as well as Greek citizens in the United Kingdom, through the improvement of the existing visa framework. entry into the United Kingdom and Greece, in accordance with the principle of reciprocity. It is noted that the issue of facilitating the entry of “intellectual creators” from the United Kingdom was discussed, including writers, writers, directors, painters, sculptors, actors, musicians, singers, choreographers and set designers. It is also emphasized that issues of educational and cultural cooperation between Greece and the United Kingdom were discussed, with special reference to Greek students studying or wishing to study at British Universities, as well as to Greek seconded teachers in the United Kingdom.
“Brexit was a difficult decision for both sides, a difficult divorce that affected the daily lives of citizens. What we want is to maintain the same level of relations in the post-Brexit era. In this context, we look forward to closer cooperation. which will improve and upgrade the daily life of our citizens “underlined Miltiadis Varvitsiotis. “Productive meeting today, via video conference, with the British Undersecretary of Culture, Media and Digital Policy, Julia Lopez, with our discussion focusing on the bilateral relations between Greece and the United Kingdom and ways to further deepen our cooperation in the post-Brexit era” on Twitter after the meeting, the Deputy Foreign Minister.
Source From: Capital