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Tsipras with Zaev: “Pleased that Greece’s Ruling Party Fights for Prespes Agreement”

September 17, 2020

ATHENS — SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras met with North Macedonia Prime Minister Zoran Zaev at his office in parliament on Wednesday.

The main opposition party leader told his former counterpart he was pleased to see him in Athens as the neighboring country's re-elected prime minister.

Zaev said that it was "a dream come true" to come to Athens after the signing of the Prespes Agreement, to discuss matters relating to "business, economy and various collaborations."

Tsipras told Zaev that "I am also happy that my country continues to support your country and the Prespes Agreement, despite the fact that Greece's ruling party stood against it when it was an opposition party."

"Today," Tsipras continued, "it not only respects it, but also fights for the Prespes Agreement," to which Zaev replied "this is a real success."

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