- Monday, April 23, 2018 4:31 PM
Skopje, 23 April 2018 (MIA) – The Macedonian, Greek Foreign Ministers, Nikola Dimitrov and Nikos Kotzias respectively, will meet UN mediator in Skopje-Athens name talks Matthew Nimetz on 25 April in Vienna, Greece’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed on Monday.
Dimitrov and Kotzias, as announced after their last talks in Ohrid, are also set to meet on the sidelines of two conferences in Greece – one scheduled for 3-4 May in Thessaloniki and the other one week later in Sounio.
The first is a regional conference, bringing together Macedonia, Albania, Bulgaria and the host country Greece.
On 11-12 May Sounio, notable by its Temple of Poseidon, will host the second conference on Europe’s future, which is to be attended by officials of the Visegrad Group countries (the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia), EU members (Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania and Greece) and EU membership candidates, including Macedonia, MIA correspondent reports from Athens. lk/16:30
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