Greek Foreign Minister Yorgos Katrougalos was in Skopje on Sunday, for the inauguration of Northern Macedonia’s new president, Stevo Pendarovski. After the ceremony, the Greek Foreign Minister had a private meeting with the newly elected president.
During the meeting, Mr. Katrougalos relayed to Mr. Pendarovski the wishes of the Greek state and its political leadership for a good and successful mandate in the context of the new and positive climate created by the Prespes Agreement.
For his part, Stevo Pendarovski stressed that the Prespes Agreement | | | Next → |
On This Day
- 1827: The Greek garrison at the Acropolis, Athens surrendered to the Turks of Kutahye.
- 1881: Thessaly and Arta were ceded to Greece.
- 1955: EOKA attempted to assassinated Cyprus governor Robert Armitage. The bomb, however, exploded after his departure from the theatre.
- 1989: Manolis Glezos went on hunger strike outside the offices of ERT, protesting its unequal treatment of the Greek political parties.
- Births: Yiannis Goumas, footballer (1975)
- Deaths: Michalis Kousis, athlete, long distance runner (2005)