N. Dendias: The revisionist practice that has no place today

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The excellent bilateral relations between Greece and the Netherlands in all areas, starting from the economic and trade relations, were confirmed during the working lunch of the Foreign Ministers of the two countries Nikos Dendias and Vopke Houkstra in The Hague, according to diplomatic sources. Both ministers agreed to continue the close cooperation, both bilaterally and within the European Union, while it is recalled that the Netherlands is the largest investor in Greece. In addition to strengthening Greek-Dutch relations in all areas and co-operation in international organizations, the two foreign ministers discussed developments in Ukraine, the Eastern Mediterranean, the Middle East and the Western Balkans.

In particular, for his part, as they point out, Nikos Dendias gave a detailed briefing on the rise of Turkish delinquency, emphasizing the need to respect international law, especially the Law of the Sea, and stressed, again, that revisionism is a practice that has not place today. They even note that Mr. Dendias’s visit to The Hague is the first Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs since 2004, when the then Minister of Foreign Affairs Petros Molyviatis had paid a visit.

Regarding Ukraine, there was a consensus, according to the same sources, with Nikos Dendias emphasizing the need for unity and cohesion in the European Union and NATO and pointing out that there should be harmonization of all Western states in terms of enforcement and implementation. sanctions and that actions that weaken the North Atlantic Alliance should be avoided.

The discussion also revolved around the NATO membership requests submitted by Sweden and Finland, with the Greek Foreign Minister reiterating his full support for these requests and saying that this process, which takes place under special circumstances, should not to be exploited for selfish purposes.

In view of his forthcoming visits to the Western Balkans, the Foreign Minister referred to the European perspective of the region, emphasizing that it is a one-way street for security and stability, not only of the region, but of the whole of Europe, according to diplomatic sources.

It is noted that this visit follows the recent visit of Vopke Hukstra in Athens, as well as the meeting of Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis with his Dutch counterpart Mark Rutte in Athens last December.

Source: AMPE

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