Greek PM to visit Bulgaria on April 24, 25

Athens. Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis will try to regain his popularity rating and put an end to the claims about early elections by paying a series of visits abroad over the next two months.

On March 18-19 he is to visit Belgian capital to attend the regular session of the Council of the EU, and on April 2-4 he will be in Strasbourg to join NATO summit and try to meet, even for a short time, with U.S. President Barack Obama. 

On April 5 Karamanlis and Obama will be in Prague for the EU-U.S. summit. On April 9 the Greek PM is to visit Paris to meet French President Nicolas Sarkozy and on April 22-23 he is to pay an official visit to Cyprus. From Nicosia PM Karamanlis will head for Bulgaria where on April 24-25 a natural gas summit will take place.

On April 29 he is scheduled to visit Warsaw to attend the European People’s Party meeting. On May 7 he will participate in an international conference on Eastern Europe in Prague.

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