Dendias: Greece and North Macedonia strengthening mutual confidence

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Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias has said the relations between Greece and North Macedonia have “strengthened” after the Prespa Agreement.

“Despite all the difficulties emerging in the neighbouring country as a result of the unstable political situation, it is a fact that our countries have strengthened confidence building,” Dendias said in an interview with the weekly Ethnos.

Dendias also stressed that these strengthened relations between Greece and North Macedonia are a “positive thing” as they are now NATO allies as well.

“Today, the Greek air force is watching over North Macedonia’s air space. It is our ally in NATO and a potential future partner in the EU,” Dendias said.

More recently, the Greek government has been fostering relations of trust with all Balkan countries and has been offering support to the EU hopefuls in the region.

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