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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 15-05-04

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

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  • [01] FM Kotzias chairs meeting of National Council on Foreign Policy, reports 'interesting discussion'
  • [02] The government must insist on its red lines to have positive results, Social Insurance Alt. Minister says

  • [01] FM Kotzias chairs meeting of National Council on Foreign Policy, reports 'interesting discussion'

    ANA/MPA---Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias on Monday chaired a meeting of the National Council on Foreign Policy, a cross-party organ first set up in the 1990s for the political parties in Parliament to exchange views on major foreign policy issues.

    In statements afterwards, Kotzias expressed satisfaction at a "creative discussion" held with the representatives of all the parties, the experts and the senior administrative staff of the foreign ministry. He also noted a "very interesting discussion" focusing on Greece's relations with Turkey.

    "I think that we all gain when we hear different proposals and creative criticism. From this point of view, I go to Turkey next week armed with the thoughts of the other parties as well," he added.

    [02] The government must insist on its red lines to have positive results, Social Insurance Alt. Minister says

    ANA/MPA---The government must insist on its red lines if it wants to have positive results, Alternate Minister for Social Insurance Dimitris Stratoulis said in statements to SKAI TV.

    He underlined that by no means will the government go back in labour and pension issues. Stratoulis added that no solution will be found with technical staff and the issue will be a political one from now on.


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