- Monday, July 17, 2017 6:48 PM
Athens, 17 July 2017 (MIA) - I had a very interesting and serious meeting with Mr (Matthew) Nimetz, who recently visited Skopje. He informed me about the climate there, Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias told reporters on Monday in Brussels after his meeting with the UN mediator in Greece-Macedonia negotiations on the name dispute.
Kotzias said he briefed Nimetz about the position of official Athens after the meetings of Greek authorities with the 'new government of our northern neighbor,' Greece's Ministry of Foreign Affairs said.
'We agreed to stay in touch and to look for ways in which we could open a process to find a solution,' Kotzias said.
Asked if Greece has indications of goodwill on the part of the Skopje government, Kotzias said there was communication, but its commitment to that effect is yet to be demonstrated. lk/18:45
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