Kotzias: The talks at Davos will show in which direction we are heading


The talks about certain issues on Wednesday at Davos will show where we are heading, was the reply the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Greece, Nikos Kotzias gave to a journalist about resolving the name dispute, reported the Macedonian Informative Agency (MIA).

“No one is pushing us, nor we are letting anyone push us. Of course, Greek diplomacy is using the pressure that the other side is feeling, in order for its European perspective to open up,” said Kotzias when the meeting of the EU’s Council for Foreign Affairs in Brussels was over.

He also said that the “name dispute negotiations that are led by the two countries, were put at ease by the fact that the Europeans and the Americans have understood that they shouldn’t interfere.”

Kotzias also said that “Athens will not allow the country to integrate into NATO if necessary conditions are not met and if the name dispute isn’t solved.” According to him” in the past, there wasn’t any veto, but a consensus was necessary for the enlargement of the NATO alliance.”

Regarding the protests in Thessaloniki, Kotzias said that “it is the citizens’ democratic right and they did not influence the name dispute negotiations.”

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