Athens aiming to boost EU-Balkan momentum

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Balkan, European Union, North Macedonia, Turkey
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It has been almost three years since the signing of the Prespes Agreement (June 12, 2018) between Greece and North Macedonia and bilateral relations are improving, as evident during the visit of Prime Minister Zoran Zaev to Athens last week.

Three years later, however, North Macedonia’s European prospects are still dim due to Bulgaria’s recent veto against the opening of Skopje’s EU accession negotiations. In the meantime, new ideas have emerged again about a “decoupling” of Albania and Nor...

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