Greece and Albania hold private talks to tackle longstanding differences

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Kotzias, North Macedonia, Regional policy
Photo via @ditmirbushati
Photo via @ditmirbushati
The foreign ministers of Greece and Albania held a first round of talks on the longstanding issues between the two countries in a two-day meeting on the island of Crete over the weekend.

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