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Written by SOT.COM.AL 6 Dhjetor 2022
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis also participated in the EU-Western Balkans summit that took place in Tirana, who was accompanied by Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias and Deputy Foreign Minister Kosta Fragojani.
Earlier, Prime Minister Mitsotakis had planned a visit to the Greek minority areas in the south of Albania after the Tirana summit, on Wednesday. But through an announcement on Twitter of the Greek embassy, ??it is known that the visit has been postponed for another indefinite date.
"Because the helicopter flight is not possible due to weather conditions, the planned visit of Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis to Himare, Livadh and Dervician has been postponed and will take place at a later date," the embassy announcement states.
After Tuesday's summit in Tirana, Greek Prime Minister Mitsotakis held meetings with Archbishop Anastas Janullatos, with Prime Minister Edi Rama, President Bajram Begaj and Speaker of Parliament Lindita Nikolla.
Mitsotakis is also the first Greek Prime Minister after almost 13 years to visit Albania. The last person who was in Tirana was Kostas Karamanlis in 2009, who had a close relationship with his then counterpart Sali Berisha.