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Alternative Minister of Foreign Matters Miltiadis Varvitsiotis’ interview with “SKAI 100. 3” radio stations station and journalists Dimitris Oikonomou and Akis Pavlopoulos-highlights (Athens, 22. 12. 2022)

As regards the referral from the issue of the delimitation from the EEZ between Greece and Albania to the International Court of Justice in The Hague, the Alternate Minister stated that pressure is being exerted to ensure that the process is not delayed any further, emphasizing that it is an agreement that shows the way and the path through which differences regarding the delimitation of the EEZ are resolved.
Talking about Turkey, Mr. Varvitsiotis stressed that it is going through a period an excellent source of pre-election tension and regression on issues regarding the Principle of Law, as exhibited by the unfounded politically motivated prosecution and unprecedented word of Ekrem Imamoglu. He reiterated that Greece is making every effort to internationalize Turkish provocative perform, noting that the anti-Greek weather cultivated in the run-up to the elections in the neighboring country makes any discussion for the next day difficult.
In particular, Mister. Varvitsiotis underscored that the Ancient greek government does everything achievable to safeguard the interests of the Greek minority in Albania, including through the EU enhancement process in the Western Balkans, which requires Tirana to respect the Greek group and its property rights, especially in the area of Himare.
“Kyriakos Mitsotakis, with his very significant trip to the minority villages of Albania, is making a extremely symbolic and substantial motion, defying those who claimed that he gave in to Albanian stress and demonstrating that the motherland does not forget the Greek minority”, emphasized Alternate Minister associated with Foreign Affairs, Miltiadis Varvitsiotis, in an interview today with “SKAI 100. 3” Radio stations Station and journalists Dimitris Oikonomou and Akis Pavlopoulos.


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