Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras paid a visit to Italy, where he lunched with his colleague, Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, according to reports.
The two leaders dined in Florence on Friday and were joined by their wives. The two neighboring Prime Ministers discussed elements of the rotating EU Presidency; Italy is now serving after Greece recently finished its presidential term.
Topics of discussion included economics, Trans Adriatic Pipeline activities, and illegal migration. Additionally, Prime Minister Samaras invited Prime Minister Renzi to Greece, according to ANA-MPA.
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