Mitsotakis: The rhetoric of Siljanovska and Mickoski is illegal and provocative

Kyriakos Mitsotakis
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis / Photo EPA-EFE / ORESTIS PANAGIOTOU

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis sent a clear message to the new leadership of North Macedonia to abandon "provocative and illegal" rhetoric in his address last night at the 49th regular general assembly of the Association of Exporters of Northern Greece, Greek media reports.

- Their rhetoric is illegal and provocative. We reject it and return it, he noted characteristically, also pointing arrows at the Greek opposition party SYRIZA, saying that "the agnostics in the borders must understand that the motherland cannot give up the weapons it has in its hands. They blamed us for the agreement and now they are asking us to ratify the Memorandums", he stressed.

The Greek Prime Minister recalled that New Democracy warned in time about the dangers of the Prespa Agreement, recalled that his party voted against it and emphasized that the Government will stand by the Greek export companies to protect Macedonian products from the region of Macedonia in Greece.

- We need a commercial counterattack for the authenticity and quality of our Macedonian products, said Mitsotakis.

"To distinguish the true patriots of the project from the false patriots of freshwater and especially from the traders of our national issues," he said at another point in his speech.

 

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