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Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’s visit to North Macedonia this week and the rising chances of Friday’s Eurogroup approving the disbursement of almost 1 billion euros have given the government the opportunity to go on the attack following successive corruption allegations.
Tsipras visited Skopje accompanied by much of his cabinet and more than 100 businessmen, hoping to reverse some of the negative views in Greece regarding the name deal with Macedonia. Given that opinion polls suggest 60-70 percent of Greeks dislike the ...
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