- Sunday, February 18, 2018 11:47 AM
Athens, 18 February 2018 (MIA) - Points of convergence and positive climate after meeting in Vienna - the key to final agreement remains the combination of the gradual implementation of the erga omnes and amending of the constitution, reads an analysis of the Greek daily 'To Vima' about the marathon meeting of Greek, Macedonian Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias and Nikola Dimitrov in Vienna, MIA reports from Athens.
It should be considered that the talks have been certainly accelerated and there is also an alternation of the composition of the negotiating teams of both parties. The immediate involvement of Foreign Ministers Kotzias and Dimitrov effectively eliminates one of the levels of talks, that of negotiators.
'The talks are focused on an international agreement that will replace the 1995 Interim Accord and become the main pillar of the future relations between Greece and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia,' the analysis reads. lk/11:46
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