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Kotzias: Cooperation on all levels with Armenia and Georgia

His visit to the Georgia and Armenia was an opportunity to examine the problems in the Caucasus, evaluate the geostrategic situation and determine that there was a large degree of convergence in views and interests with the two countries, Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias said in an interview with the Athens-Macedonian News Agency published on Sunday.

Kotzias made the statements during a stopover in Istanbul airport on Saturday, where Kotzias and his aides were due to catch a plane for the United States. The minister appeared satisfied with the results of his visit to the Caucasus, saying it had launched high-level strategic cooperation on all levels with two countries that are traditionally friendly to Greece.
Noting that a number of previous agreements with Armenia and George had remained "inert," Kotzias said the two sides had now agreed to form special committees to monitor the progress in their implementation. 
"I also presented my counterparts with invitations to visit Greece and presented invitations from the prime minister and president for mutual visits," he added.

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