Greek-American and Jewish American representatives paid a visit to Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Monday as part of their biennial visit to Greece, Israel, and Cyprus, ANA reports.
A press statement by the premier's office noted that Tsipras met with representatives of the American Hellenic Institute, AHEPA, B'nai B'rith και Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations and confirmed the excellent level of bilateral relations of Greece with the United States and Israel.
The delegates voiced their support of Greek efforts and the country's achievements in the sectors of economy and regional security and stability, as well as in the refugee crisis.
Greek President Pavlopoulos also briefed the visiting delegation on foreign issues Greece is working on now, including those with FYROM, Turkey and Albania. He added that Greece was committed to improving relations with neighboring countries, but, he noted, respect of international treaties and laws by the other side is paramount.