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Athens is watching closely the political developments in North Macedonia, which is heading for snap elections on April 12 that were triggered by France vetoing the opening of EU accession talks with Skopje during the recent European Council.
Even though the Greek government has avoided (and will continue to do so) commenting on the internal affairs of its neighboring country, Athens is concerned about potential instability in North Macedonia over the next couple of months.
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