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Ball in Greece's court after Skopje completes approval of name deal
Athens is expecting this week to receive a note verbale from the government in Skopje with which the latter will officially announce that it has successfully completed its obligations deriving from the provisions of the Prespes Agreement, which was signed by the foreign ministers of both countries, last June.
This development is expected following the publication in the Government Gazette of all four amendments as well as the promulgate law in Skopje on Tuesday. They were approved by a majority in parliament, which also gave the green light last Friday for t...
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