Greece’s Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is scheduled to meet with US President Donald Trump in Washington most likely on 17 October after accepting the latter’s invitation.
The White House is yet to issue the official statement about the exact date of the visit.
During the visit the two leaders are to discuss regional security, defence, and terrorism including the Souda naval base on Crete and its activity.
The meeting will also focus on bilateral issues and the refugee crisis as well as investments and collaborations in the field of energy, according to AMNA.
Migratiou.com reported that “President Trump is not expected to announce any dramatic change on the issue of the Greek economy but he will definitely stress the need for investments and debt restructuring in Greece” citing anonymous diplomatic sources in Washington.