Greek FM on the Middle East visit to ‘forestall further savagery’

Greek Prime Minister Nikos Dendias yesterday showed up in Israel where he met his Israeli partner Gabi Ashkenazi and Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh.

Israeli news site Ynet revealed that Dendias’ visit was “a declaration of fortitude with Israel as Greece desires to forestall further savagery.”

The top Greek ambassador likewise participated in the earnest video chat of EU Foreign Ministers called for by the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell about improvements in the Middle East district.

As a component of his visit around there, Dendias likewise visited Amman where he met his Jordanian partner Ayman Safadi. The two concurred that there is no option in contrast to the two-state answer for resolve the Palestinian-Israeli struggle.

His last stop in the district is the Egyptian capital, Cairo, where he is set to meet his partner Sameh Shoukry tomorrow.

In any event, 221 Palestinians have been executed, including 63 kids and 36 ladies, and 1,530 others harmed in Israeli assaults across the Gaza Strip since 10 May, as per the Health Ministry. Twelve Israelis have additionally been executed.

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