Greek Ambassador in Serbia: Greece won’t recognize Kosovo

Greek Ambassador in Serbia Dimosthenis Stoidis has denied that his country would recognize the unilateral declaration of independence made by Kosovo’s Albanians.

The Ambassador was reacting to a recent statement coming from Skender Hyseni, appointed by the government in Priština to be its foreign minister.

“It isn’t clear to me what the source of Hyseni’s information is, or his precise statements. Greece’s stable, principled stance on the issue is known,” Stoidis said in an interview for Vienna’s Der Standard newspaper.

He also said that Greek PM George Papandreou recently confirmed this position in his meeting with Serbian President Boris Tadić.

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