Tuesday, July 03, 2007

Papandreou issues warning to Macedonia

The biggest opposition party in Greece - PASOK warned Skopje to leave the intransigent position and contribute to finding a mutually acceptable solution.

PASOK's leader Yorgos Papandreou said last Saturday that Skopje's behavior was incomprehensible as were the actions and statements which, according to him, were in collision to the Skopje-Athens Interim Agreement.

The opposition leader pointed out that the solution on the name of Macedonia should be reached in mutually acceptable fashion and the agreed name should be fit for international use.

"Nationalism is a bad advisor", said Papandreou, adding that the international law should be taken into consideration as well.

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