Mitsotakis will not attend the International Conference of Tsipras and Zaev

Kyriakos Mitsotakis / PhotoEPA-EFE/Filip Singer

The Prime Minister will not attend the specific initiative, the spokesman of the Greek Government, Pavlos Marinakis, briefly answered a journalist's question at today's press briefing about whether the Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis would possibly attend the two-day International Conference organized by the "Alexis Tsipras Institute" and the "Zaev Foundation". ", said the correspondent of MIA from Athens.

Regarding the yesterday's meeting of the President Siljanovska Davkova with the Prime Minister of Greece Kyriakos Mitsotakis on the sidelines of the Peace Summit in Switzerland, the government spokesman said that "there is nothing more that we can say" and once again repeated the Greek positions regarding our country .

-Many times we have repeated our positions and the need for North Macedonia to respect what was voted and ratified despite our expressed objections when we had the opportunity to do so before the vote on the Prespa Agreement. We expect to see tangible moves and we are here to comment on them, Marinakis said

The President announced on Facebook yesterday that she had meetings to get to know the Prime Minister of Greece, Kyriakos Mitsotakis and of Bulgaria, Dimitar Glavchev.

- I look forward to engaging in productive discussions with them for the benefit of our countries and the region. We must cooperate and improve relations between neighbors, the president wrote.

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