Defence Minister Panos Kammenos participated in the Informal Meeting of Defence Ministers held in Vienna on Wednesday.
The government should have held elections and reaffirmed its mandate before proceeding to sign an international agreement on a dispute that had remained unresolved for 30 years, main opposition New Democracy shadow justice minister Kostas Karagounis said on Friday.
European Parliament President Antonio Tajani has replied affirmatively to a request from European Parliament Vice President Dimitris Papadimoulis that Tajani launch initiatives to support the Prespes agreement between Greece and FYROM, in a letter sent by Papadimoulis on June 13.
A group of more than 320 Greek artists, academics, politicians and other individuals describing themselves as “leftist, democratic, progressive citizens” have put their signature to a document that hails the Prespes Agreement beween Greece and FYROM as “historic” and “an honest agreement that ensures a future…of peace, solidarity and shared development.”
The agreement to rename FYROM as the Republic of North Macedonia was a diplomatic victory that would put an end to irredentist claims arising through its current constitutional name and establish Greece’s place as a leading force in the Balkans, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said in a series of tweets on his “Prime Minister GR” […]
In the last year, just about no one would have expected that so many things would change in our region, said Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Wednesday after the completion of the 4th quadrilateral meeting that includes Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia.
The parliament plenum of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) on Wednesday ratified the Greek-FYROM agreement signed on Sunday in Prespes, on the solution of the name issue.