Athens turns its attention to settling differences with Albania

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Kotzias, North Macedonia, Turkey
Photo via @ditmirbushati
Photo via @ditmirbushati

Athens appears to be playing a pivotal role in behind the scenes negotiations regarding the efforts of both the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) and Albania to join the European Union.  

The EU’s General Affairs Council — a monthly meeting of European affairs ministers from all EU member states — discussed enlargement issues on Tuesday in Luxembourg, ahead of an EU Council summit in Brussels later this week.

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