Bahrain to enhance bilateral relations in tourism with Greece

Greece and Bahrain support positions of principle that are always based on international legality, Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias said in joint statements with visiting Foreign Minister of Bahrain, Abdullatif bin Rashid Al Zayani, after their meeting in Athens on Friday, ANA reports.

Dendias warmly thanked his counterpart for “Bahrain’s support within the context of Unesco, as well as Bahrain’s position regarding the conversion of Hagia Sophia, a monument of international cultural heritage, into a mosque.”

 Dendias also pointed out that this was their third meeting in a few months, as Dendias had recently visited Manama, while the foreign minister of Bahrain participated in the Friendship Forum held in Athens in February 2022.

The Greek minister noted that he was looking forward to deepening the already excellent bilateral relations between the two countries, while a series of agreements will be signed during Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’ visit to Manama.

On his part, Al Zayani referred to the historic ties and constructive collaboration between Greece and Bahrain, noting that relations were going through a period of development and growth in many sectors and at all levels.

“We pointed out the need to enhance our bilateral relations in the economic, trade, investment, cultural, tourism, technological and environmental sectors,” he noted, as well as “the need to make use of a climate that attracts investments to both countries, exploring sectors of commercial collaboration and the strengthening of joint ventures.”

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