Former President Peres to meet with Greek Prime Minister Tsipras

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June 5, 2016 17:53

 
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Former President Shimon Peres, in the course of a visit to Greece,  is scheduled to meet on Monday with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.

The two will discuss bilateral relations, international issues that affect one or both countries and the sorry state of Greece’s economy. 

Among the many positions that Peres held in a long career of public serviced was that of finance minister. 

Israel’s elder statesman is much sought after by visiting dignitaries, and he also receives many invitations from prominent figures in many countries.


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