Zaev and Tsipras discuss bilateral relations and name issue


Bilateral relations, the name dispute and Euro-Atlantic integration of Macedonia were topics discussed in the telephone conversation between the Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev, and Prime Minister of Greece, Alexis Tsipras, Meta reports.

Greek Prime Minister Tsipras congratulated Zaev on taking office, announced his office.

The two prime ministers discussed developments in the region, further development of relations between the two countries and the promotion for confidence-building measures, which attach great importance, the statement reads.

Tsipras emphasized in the conversation the Greek position on the name issue. At the same time, they were discussed European and Euro-Atlantic integration of Macedonia.

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