Greece’s Alternate Foreign Minister, EU foreign policy chief to discuss Balkans’ EU perspective

The EU perspective of the Western Balkans will be up for discussion Friday between Greece’s Alternate Foreign Minister Dimitris Droutsas and Baroness Catherine Ashton, EU foreign policy chief, Greek foreign ministry said.

The ministry says Droutsas and Ashton will discuss the EU-Turkey relations, the Cyprus issue, the Middle East peace process, and the EU foreign policy in general.

The name dispute between Macedonia and Greece has not been formally included in the agenda of today’s meeting in Athens.

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