Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias on Thursday met at The Hague with the president of the International Court of Justice, US jurist Joan Donoghue, with the former reportedly stressing the importance that Athens ascribes to the specific tribunal.

According to sources, he also repeated Greece’s standing dedication to the absolute and unwavering application of international law between states – an indirect reference to Turkey.

Along those lines, he repeated that Athens remains committed to resolving whatever bilateral differences with negotiations, but always within the framework of international law, and assuming that such talks are not conclusive, then recourse to the International Court at The Hague. The latter statement also referred to Turkey.

Turning to a timely issue, Dendias said his government supports the expanded investigation of possible war crimes committed during the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine, especially in the Mariupol region.

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