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Amid coalition bickering, Skopje vote lights up path to snap elections in Greece
Defence Minister Panos Kammenos has vowed to stick with the government until the Prespes Agreement, ratified by MPs in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) on Friday night, comes to Greek Parliament, although his opposition to the deal means that the coalition is likely to face more turbulence.
Kammenos, who leads the junior coalition partner Independent Greeks (ANEL), told a meeting of the party’s political council over the weekend that he would support the government until Greek MPs have to vote on the diplomatic pact, which will lead to Gre...
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