Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Η επικοινωνία, μέσω επιστολών,

του ΥπΕξ κα του ΥπΕξ της πΓΔΜ γινεται με το καλλιτεχνικό ή το πραγματικό όνομα της γείτονος?
Θα ήθελα πολύ να ξέρω αν το ΥπΕξ μας δέχεται επίσημα (η και ανεπίσημα) έγγραφα / επιστολές από τη "δημοκρατια της μακεδονίας"

Αν ναι.... τι να πω - ας κοιταχτούν στον καθρέφτη και θα καταλάβουν...

Αναδημοσίευση από τη Αθηναικό Πρακτορείο Ειδήσεων

Greece on Wednesday reiterated that it wholeheartedly believes that efforts by Athens and Skopje must focus on the outstanding "name issue", which it called "critical", as well as on negotiations under the United Nations' auspices.
Foreign Ministry spokesman George Koumoutsakos made the statement in announcing that Greek Foreign Minister Dora Bakoyannis has received a letter from her counterpart from the neighbouring Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (fYRoM).
In briefly discussing the contents of the letter sent by fYRoM Foreign Minister Antonio Milososki, Koumoutsakos referred to previously cited proposals, namely, a "peace and cooperation treaty", a bilateral committee of education and history experts as well as a framework for development of bilateral ties.
The letter reportedly arrived at the foreign ministry in Athens on Tuesday.
"A solution to this problem (name issue) will be the catalyst (for improved relations) ... other types of conduct are merely a temporising tactic and belie an attempt to reverse priorities and an attempt to divert the negotiation from its objective," Koumoutsakos said.
Referring to the gist of FM Milososki's letter, namely, the greater development of bilateral relations, the spokesman reiterated that the "course of relations depends on the implementation of the (September 1995) 'interim agreement'. A solution to the name issue will also serve as a catalyst for the development of bilateral relations, regional cooperation and the neighboring country's European prospect."
Conversely, Koumoutsakos did not rule out the possibility of a reply by Athens.
Moreover, he announced that Bakoyannis, in her capacity as chairwoman of the OSCE presidency for 2009, will visit the former Yugoslav republic to Greece's north after presidential and local government elections there on Sunday. Nevertheless, he noted that the Greek foreign minister's pending visit to Skopje has no relation to bilateral ties or the "name issue".
Asked about a recent report by a UN human rights expert on the situation of minority rights in EU and NATO member-state Greece, Koumoutsakos referred directly the recent and exhaustive responses by the Greek ambassador at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva.
Koumoutsakos also mentioned, in reply to a press question, that Greece will not send observers to fYRoM for the coming elections there in order to avoid any misunderstandings or attempts to involve the Greek presidency of the OSCE in the election-monitoring process.

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