Greece appoints its first ever ambassador to Skopje

Greece appoints its first ever ambassador to Skopje

After 24 years Greece has appointed its first ever ambassador to North Macedonia. President Stevo Pendarovski received today the credentials of Greek Ambassador Dimitrios Giannakakis. Both referred to the Prespes Agreement that was signed on June 17 last year during their speeches at the solemn ceremony of handing over the accredited letters.

President Pendarovski said he was pleased with the opening of a new chapter in relations between the two countries. According to him, both countries will devote themselves to building good neighborly policy.

Embassy-level diplomatic relations are established between the two countries, months after the Prespes Agreement, which paves the way for good neighborly relations and cooperation between the two countries./ibna