07 July, 2008
The chief of the Greek Armed Forces General Staff, General Dimitrios Grapsas, will attend the second meeting of Balkans chiefs of general staff taking place in the Turkish city of Antalya on Monday.
He will be among nine Balkans armed forces chiefs attending the conference, alongside his counterparts from Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Montenegro, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Romania, Serbia and Turkey.
They will discuss ways of enhancing military cooperation between the participant countries in order to further promote regional security.
The conference will also be attended by the chairmen of NATO and EU military committees and the Commander of the Allied Joint Forces Command in Naples (COM JFC NAPLES).
Source: Athens News Agency