Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis is planning a series of trips abroad toward the end of this month and next, hoping to convince Greece's creditors of the recently elected government's commitment to reforms and to lay the groundwork for reducing demanding primary surplus targets agreed under the country's post-bailout agreement.
It is being referred to in public as a diplomatic scandal, at least, as the most clumsily worded political stance, Radio Free Europe reports.
In an interview for KTV, he said that "statements of the leaders of political parties, their positions, even different from those in public and in closed meetings," make Kosovo "seem inferior to Serbia."
According to him, Serbia is doing everything to enfeeble Kosovo, while local Kosovo leaders do the same on their part.
After meeting his Serbian counterpart Aleksandar Vucic, Macron said he would invite delegations from both countries to Paris, along with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, "Euronews" reports.