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Foreign ministry to facilitate return of Greeks living in Japan

17. March 2011. | 11:11

Source: ANA

Foreign ministry spokesman Grigoris Delavekouras said that roughly 130-150 Greeks are in Japan and currently there is no issue of relocation of the Greek embassy in Tokyo to another city.

Foreign ministry spokesman Grigoris Delavekouras said that roughly 130-150 Greeks are in Japan and currently there is no issue of relocation of the Greek embassy in Tokyo to another city.

Delavekouras stated that Athens has offered to assist Japan as proven by the relevant list of countries made public by the Japanese government.

"Our country's readiness is a given, and we are expecting the Japanese side's response," he said.

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