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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 14-01-04

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] Dendias: police not working blind in embassy hit case
  • [02] German envoy: embassy attack will not affect relations

  • [01] Dendias: police not working blind in embassy hit case

    ANA-MPA The Hellenic Police (ELAS) are not working blind to investigate hits on the German embassy and the Golden Dawn (Chryssi Avgi) party offices, Public Order Minister Nikos Dendias stressed in an interview published by the newspaper "Kathimerini" on Saturday.

    The minister said the same was true of other cases and clarified that the distance between this stage and drawing up charges was "huge".

    During the interview, Dendias criticised judges for permitting the release of the now fugitive suspected terrorist Nikos Maziotis after the 18-month maximum for incarceration on remand had expired and also hinted at evidence of an 'osmosis' between ordinary criminals and terrorism.

    [02] German envoy: embassy attack will not affect relations

    ANA-MPA -- The attack on the German embassy in Athens will not derail bilateral relations, Germany's envoy in Athens Wolfgang Dold told the Greek newspaper "Kathimerini" in an interview released on Saturday.

    "It would appear that there are some people out there that would like to push the country off course and believe that the signs of economic recovery do not serve their goals," the German ambassador said a few days after the attack. "Attacks of this sort will not succeed in disrupting Greek-German relations," he added, stressing that the friendship between the two countries was built on firm foundations.

    "We consider our country one of Greece's closest friends and we will continue to support Greece in its difficult course toward recovery. The Greek EU presidency can count on our support," the ambassador said, adding that Greece remains a safe country.


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