FM Kotzias and Balkan EU counterparts have working dinner in Brussels

Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias and his counterparts from Croatia, Bulgaria and Romania had a working dinner in Brussels, focusing on EuroAtlantic relations, developments in the United States and EU relations with Russia.

The meeting was held on Sunday night and was the fourth such meeting of the Balkan EU member-states, proposed by Kotzias in order to reinforce diplomatic coordination between the four countries. It was held at Bulgaria’s permanent representation at the EU.

According to diplomatic sources, Kotzias praised Bulgarian Foreign Minister Daniel Mitov for his significant contribution toward further improving bilateral relations with Greece and his constructive contribution to increasing the importance of Balkan states within the EU.