According to Greek media, Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Kotzias, at an extraordinary government session, presented the Greek version of the draft treaty regarding the name dispute, which apparently has added new elements.

According to the latest information, Kotzias may travel to Skopje with the document some time next week.

For now, despite past experiences, the contents of the agreement are being kept confidential and far from the eyes of the media.

The Greek side, at all costs, wants to avoid the contents of the document from being leaked and want “to conduct diplomatic consultations through the front pages of the newspapers.”

Recently, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has been leading various political battles in many areas, the name being one of the most serious.

Nevertheless, Tsipras claims he is determined to solve the problem, reports the newspaper “Iefimerida“.

Kotzias is expected to first first present the treaty to his Macedonian counterpart, Nikola Dimitrov.
However, according to Athens, the main obstacle is their insistence on changing the Constitution, which Macedonia has yet to give their consent too, so far.