Monday, December 03, 2007

Greece’s offensive gains international support

Skopje. Several months ago changing the name of Alexander The Great Airport and the declaration for good will and good neighborly relations that obliged Macedonia to have no claims of any kind towards Greece would help Athens to save its image in the eyes of country’s publicity, to announce victory and not to threaten to block the Macedonian membership in NATO, the Macedonian Dnevnik daily reads.
Now it is late, as Greeks have gone too far with threats and diplomatic offensive for which they are internationally supported when the issue is about the name of the airport. Greece considers Macedonia did not recognize the new process stage for finding a compromise in the issue for the name that started on November 1st 2007 in New York, the daily marked.

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