Greek and Albanian Foreign Ministers Discuss Macedonia Developments at Athens Meeting

Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Kotzias and his Albanian counterpart Ditmir Bushati, who held a meeting yesterday in Athens, discussed recent developments in Macedonia among other things, Kathimerini reported.

Greek media also reported that talks focused on Greek­Albanian relations and the establishment of committees to review certain issues important for the two countries, MIA reports on Friday.

Kathimerini says Athens and Tirana are closely following developments in the region, especially in Macedonia, after the country's president refused to grant a mandate to form government to the leader of the political party that had come in second in the December elections.


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