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  • Photo by Panayotis Tzamaros/Fosphotos Ball in Greece's court after Skopje completes approval of name deal

    Foreign PolicyGreek Politics

    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.

  • Photo by Panayotis Tzamaros/Fosphotots Opposition parties seek renewal as Tsipras visits Washington

    PoliticsGreek Politics

    As Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras prepared for his meeting with US President Donald Trump in Washington on Tuesday afternoon, Greece’s opposition parties tried to ensure that the SYRIZA leader did not have the spotlight just to himself.

  • Photo by Panayotis Tzamaros/Fosphotos Despite talks in US, review still looms large

    PoliticsGreek Politics

    Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras goes into Tuesday’s meeting with US President Donald Trump buoyed by his talks with potential investors, but also the latest exchanges between Athens and the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

  • Photo by Andrea Bonetti/Fosphotos New attempt to get Cyprus talks back on track

    PoliticsForeign Policy

    Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades is to meet with United Nations Secretary General Antonio Gutteres in New York on Wednesday in an apparent move to seek ways for the stalled talks to begin again soon.

  • Photo by MacroPolis Kotzias visit to Washington still leaves some doubts about US stance

    PoliticsForeign Policy

    A trip by Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias to Washington this week provided an opportunity for the Greek government to exchange views with the US administration but did not necessarily clear up the doubts about Washington’s stance on a range of issues that are of particular interest to Athens.

  • Photo by Andrea Bonetti/Fosphotos All-round concern about Greek-Turkish tension in run-up to referendum

    PoliticsForeign Policy

    Diplomatic sources and analysts are concerned about a possible escalation of tension in the Aegean as Turkey heads for a referendum on April 16 that would pave the way for the introduction of an executive presidency to replace the existing parliamentary system and the abolition of the office of Prime Minister among other institutional changes.

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