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FM Kotzias tells FYROM Dimitrov, Greece will support NATO membership provided ‘Macedonia’ name dispute resolved

Greece remains insistent that the decades-old name dispute needs to be resolved before Athens backs membership of Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia to NATO and the European Union. “We are open to membership of FYROM to international organizations provided the name dispute is resolved,” Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias said …

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Greece to gain soft power through the Ancient Civilizations Forum

The first Ministerial Conference of the states of the “Ancient Civilizations Forum” -AC Forum, more widely known as the GC10 – will take place in Athens on 24 April, with the participation of the ten countries that comprise this specific initiative.  The Forum is a cultural initiative among countries from …

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Did EP Schulz complain to Tsipras about rain, Russia and lack of EU solidarity?

President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz arrived at the office of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras but the timing was bad. It was raining. An obviously disappointed Schulz immediately pointed with the finger towards the sky in front of PM Tsipras’ nose. Martin Schulz complained right away about the shortage …

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Dirty little EU games with Russia and Greece? FM Kotzias in Brussels

Newly appointed Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias is due travel to to Brussels to attend the extraordinary meeting of European Union Foreign Ministers who will discuss sanctions against Russia due to escalation of the Ukraine conflict. The meeting will convene tomorrow Thursday, January 29th,  upon an invitation by EU’s High Representative …

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Greece’s new cabinet: FinMin Varoufakis, FM Kotzias, DefMin Kammenos

Greece’s new cabinet of SYRIZA-Independent Greeks coalition government has been announced on Tuesday. Left-wing SYRIZA decided to merge several ministries and establish so-called “super ministries” staffed with several alternate and deputy ministers. Media reported earlier of a 10+10+10 scheme that is: 10 ministers + 10 alternate ministers + 10 deputy …

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