A1: First signs of change in Athens attitude to Skopje

 
A1: First signs of change in Athens attitude to Skopje
 
12 October 2009 | 13:36 | FOCUS News Agency
 
Skopje. Whether a short meeting in Istanbul between Antonio Milososki and Georgios Papandreou means new momentum in relations between Skopje and Athens or the course of the Greek prime minister and foreign minister is merely a political gesture it is to be seen, “Macedonian” television A1 said today. Adding to this the lack of disputer on the disputable constitutional name of “Macedonian” by the Greek authorities at the conference of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe / OSCE / in Athens, which was involved in a “Macedonian” parliamentary delegation, maybe these are the first signs of change in Greece’s policy in relations with “Macedonia”, the media says, adding, however, should not forget the political consensus among policymakers about the new Greek abbreviation of the name Macedonia, which would be for international use
 

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