Angelos Al. Athanasopoulos

Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal Bin Farhan (L) makes statements with his Greek counterpart Nikos Dendias after their meeting in Athens, Greece, Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2022. (AP) photos

Saudi Arabia, Greece discuss Iran, Middle East security

  • The two foreign ministers focused on bilateral relations in defense, economy and investments
By Angelos Al. Athanasopoulos ·

Greece can be European market ‘entry point’ for Middle East solar power: PM Mitsotakis

Greece can be European market ‘entry point’ for Middle East solar power: PM Mitsotakis

By Angelos Al. Athanasopoulos - Jana Salloum - & - Arab News ·

Special Athens, Ankara explore channels of communication while friction remains

Athens, Ankara explore channels of communication while friction remains

By Angelos Al. Athanasopoulos ·

Special Greece and Egypt reach compromise in eastern Mediterranean

Greece and Egypt reach compromise in eastern Mediterranean

By Angelos Al. Athanasopoulos ·

Talks have resumed between Greece and Turkey but the friction remains

Talks have resumed between Greece and Turkey but the friction remains

By Angelos Al. Athanasopoulos ·

How UAE, Greece came close together

How UAE, Greece came close together

By Angelos Al. Athanasopoulos ·

Greek FM to discuss military ties with Saudi Arabia

Greek FM to discuss military ties with Saudi Arabia

By Angelos Al. Athanasopoulos ·

Philia Forum a ‘bridge’ between Europe, Mideast: Greek official

Philia Forum a ‘bridge’ between Europe, Mideast: Greek official

By Angelos Al. Athanasopoulos ·

Turkey has occupied almost 40 percent of Cyprus territory since 1974, while Turkish Cypriots have declared the independence of the “Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus,” a state recognized only by Turkey. (Shutterstock/File Photo)

Turkey insists on ‘two-state solution’ in Cyprus

By Angelos Al. Athanasopoulos ·

Arab-European axis of friendship takes shape in Athens

Arab-European axis of friendship takes shape in Athens

By Angelos Al. Athanasopoulos ·