Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will meet Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić and Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov on Thursday in Thessaloniki, reports the Greek news agency ANA-MPA.
Tsipras and Vučić will participate in the Greek-Serbian high-Level Cooperation Council, after which they will give a joint statement.
After the meeting with the Serbian President, Tsipras will meet with his Bulgarian counterpart in the afternoon, after which a joint meeting of the leaders of Greece, Bulgaria and Serbia will be announced. The Greek media still does not know what shall be discussed at the meeting, however, a joint press conference has also been announced.
Antonio Milososki, an MP from VMRO-DPMNE wrote on his Twitter account, that a meeting will be held in Thessaloniki with the prime ministers of Greece, Bulgaria and Serbia, which will focus on relations with Macedonia. He says that the Macedonian government was not invited to this regional meeting.
— Antonio Macedonian (@AMiloshoski) July 11, 2017