American Jewish leaders visit Greece

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
February 8, 2011 19:05

 
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THESSALONIKI, Greece — A group of American Jewish leaders began a five-day visit to Greece Tuesday, amid an improvement in once cool ties between Greece and Israel.




The delegation from the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations visited a Holocaust memorial Tuesday in this northern Greek city. They are due to meet Prime Minister George Papandreou in Athens on Thursday.




Greek and Israeli officials say the two countries are in preliminary talks on potential energy deals involving Israeli offshore natural gas deposits.




Greece, now battling financial crisis, has traditionally close ties with Arab countries and the Palestinians.


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