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Egypt PM thanks Greek ambassador for efforts to boost bilateral relations

MENA , Thursday 5 Sep 2019
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PM Mostafa Madbouly during his meeting with Greek Ambassador to Cairo Michael Diamesses on Thursday (photo courtesy of Egyptian Cabinet)
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Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly lauded on Thursday Egypt's booming ties with Greece, hailing also the thriving cooperation among Egypt, Greece and Cyprus.

This came during the premier's meeting with Greek Ambassador here Michael Diamesses whose tour of duty in Egypt has ended.

Madbouly thanked Diamesses for his efforts to bolster bilateral relations, wishing him further success in his future diplomatic missions, Cabinet Spokesman Nader Saad said.

Diamesses said that he is confident that relations will continue to flourish between both countries during the tenure of his successor who was born in Egypt and completed his pre-university education at Egyptian schools.

The ambassador extended his thanks to the Egyptian people, leadership and government for the spirit of cooperation they had shown during his tenure, the spokesman added. 

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