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BERLIN, GERMANY (SEPTEMBER 16, 2019) (REUTERS) GERMAN FOREIGN MINISTER HEIKO MAAS AND HIS GREEK COUNTERPART NIKOS DENDIAS ARRIVING FOR NEWS CONFERENCE PHOTOGRAPHERS SITTING ON FLOOR (SOUNDBITE) (German) GERMAN FOREIGN MINISTER, HEIKO MAAS, SAYING: "It concerns us that more people are currently coming from Turkey to Greece, especially by sea. We are on a very similar wavelength here. We support the EU-Turkey agreement and we will honour our responsibilities. I also discussed this with my Turkish colleague last week when I made clear again that we expect the Turkish side to honour its responsibilities." FOREIGN MINISTRY LOGO CAMERA LENS (SOUNDBITE) (German) GERMAN FOREIGN MINISTER, HEIKO MAAS, SAYING: "We are very aware that Greece because of its long EU outer border is carrying an extra burden and that we must therefore not leave Greece on its own. I also believe that we have common interests as far as migration goes. Greece is the first arrival country and Germany continues to be the first country of destination for a lot of refugees." CAMERAMAN FILMING (SOUNDBITE) (Greek) GREEK FOREIGN MINISTER, NIKOS DENDIAS, SAYING (ACCORDING TO OFFICIAL GERMAN TRANSLATION): "We also discussed Turkey's dangerous operations in the eastern Mediterranean. Despite the clear messages from the EU, Turkey continues to violate international law, the sovereignty and the sovereign rights of the Republic of Cyprus, a member state of the European Union while it has intensified its rhetoric in the Aegean Sea." CAMERAMAN FILMING (SOUNDBITE) (German) GERMAN FOREIGN MINISTER, HEIKO MAAS, SAYING: "We are looking at the speed of reforms presented by the new, Greek government positively and with respect and I think this is exactly the right way to make Greece interesting for investments, including from Germany. I am confident that this way will be successful." CAMERAS DENDIAS AND MAAS SHAKING HANDS
Dateline: 2019

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