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Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras left for New York on Sunday to attend the United Nations General Assembly, but not before publicly making up with his coalition partner Independent Greeks (ANEL) leader and Defence Minister Panos Kammenos following apparent tension between SYRIZA and its governing ally over the Macedonia name issue.
Kammenos’s threat last week to walk out on the coalition if Greek Parliament has to ratify the name settlement, known as the Prespes Agreement, caused unrest within the coalition. In order to quell speculation that the government is heading for a collap...
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