Kyriakos Mitsotakis

Greek PM warns ‘isolated’ Skopje over compliance with name deal

The Greek government will not seek ratification of the three cooperation memorandums signed with North Macedonia, concerning issues such as its EU accession process, until Skopje fully complies with the Prespa Agreement signed in 2018, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis reiterated on Wednesday.

Can the Prespa accord be changed or annulled?

On the day the Prespa Agreement signed between Greece and North Macedonia was ratified by the Greek Parliament, the then leader of the main opposition and current Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, assailing ing its text, had declared on the floor of the Parliament: "So, if the Prespa Agreement is ratified, it will not be possible to annul it the next day, as it supersedes any law.

National issues, cost of living to dominate the weekly agenda

We are just three weeks away from the European elections, and political leaders are intensifying their pre-election campaigns, touring around the country.

National issues, particularly the dispute between Greece and the newly elected government of North Macedonia, relations with Turkey, and the crisis in the Middle East, dominate the agenda.

PM tours Kir-Yianni winery in northern Greece

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis visited the Kir-Yianni winery in Imathia, in a short break from his two-day campaigning in northern Greece.

Mitsotakis was informed about the winery's operation by the founder and former Thessaloniki mayor Yiannis Boutaris and his son Stelios, and later attended a lunch for him and his delegation near the vineyards.

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