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Topic - Vassilis Kaskarelis
"If we have a constructive counterpart on the Greek side, this can be solved tomorrow," he said. "But it depends on the decision-making process in Athens, which does not show signs of being based on reason and rationality but more on emotions and unrealistic [fears]."
"You cannot have two kinds of Macedonia without a distinction," he said. "To give just one example, they are exporting Macedonian wine, but Greece is also exporting Macedonian wine."