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Dendias meets Saudi minister in Athens

Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias on Wednesday met with Saudi Arabia's Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel al-Jubeir.
According to diplomatic sources, their talks focused on economic cooperation, boosting trade relations and increasing investments in Greece, as well as on collaboration in sectors such as infrastructure, technology and energy.

Greece, Egypt, Cyprus condemn Turkey's activities in Aegean, East Med, Syria

The Defense Ministers of Greece, Egypt and Cyprus on Tuesday condemned Turkey's illegal activities in Cyprus' exclusive economic zone (EEZ), its violations of Greece's airspace and territorial waters, as well as the Syria incursion, in a joint statement issued after a trilateral meeting in Athens on Tuesday.

Turkish ambassador: Drillships to remain in Cyprus until resources are shared

Turkey's drillships and seismic research vessels will not leave Cypriot waters unless Nicosia includes Turkish Cypriots in its decision-making concerning hydrocarbon exploration, the country's ambassador to Greece said in an interview with Kathimerini.

Bulgaria Is Taking Measures to Prevent Migrant Pressure

The fight against terrorism and radicalism in the Balkans and in Europe will be a major theme during the Aqaba Process which will be hosted by Bulgaria in 2020. This was made clear after Prime Minister Boyko Borissov's one-day visit to Jordan. According to Borissov, the war in Syria is a reason to pay more attention to migrant pressure.

Rumen Radev has Insisted on Visa Waiver for Bulgarian Citizens Wanted to Go to the US

During the 74th UN session in New York, President Rumen Radev and Deputy Prime Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva commented on their participation in various political formats. To link our strategic partnership with the US in the field of defense with more US investments in Bulgaria and visa waiver. This is what the Bulgarian head of state demanded before US President Donald Trump.

Oil Prices Rise with 10%

Oil prices have risen by more than 10% in Asian trade since the oil rig attack in Saudi Arabia. Amid fears of a surge in black gold prices, US President Donald Trump has allowed the release of oil from the United States Strategic Oil Reserve.

In Asian e-commerce, US light crude oil for delivery in October rose by nearly ten percent to $ 60.23 a barrel.

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