We see the Greek government as a committed partner, not only in the implementation of the Prespa Agreement, but also for the possibility in the post-signing era, says Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs coordination with economic departments and investments, Fatmir Bytyqi in an interview with Delta television, from the Greek city of Alexandroupoli.
The full interview will be broadcast tomorrow evening, while in the warning, the television broadcasts Bytyqi’s views both regarding the position of the Greek Prime Minister for the Prespa Agreement during the period when he was in opposition, and regarding the last participation of the delegation of Macedonia at the roundtable in Thessaloniki together with Pompeo.
The deputy prime minister does not comment on Micotakis’s previous positions on the Prespa Accord, but maintains Athens’ current official position.
“What I see is a constructive side which wants to encourage and activate the Prespa Agreement, the conditions, the obligations deriving from this international agreement. Thus, I see the Greek Government as a partner who is committed not only to the implementation of the Prespa Agreement, but actually sees an opportunity in the era after the signing of the Prespa Agreement “, says the Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs coordination with the departments economics and investment, Fatmir Bytyqi for Greek regional television.
At the end of September, Bytyqi, together with the Deputy Prime Minister of the Government for Fight against Corruption, Sustainable Development and Human Resources, Ljupco Nikolovski and the Minister of Economy, Kreshnik Bekteshi, participated in the round table “Regional Energy Security and Cooperation” in Thessaloniki. along with US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo and Greek Minister of Environment and Energy Kostis Haxidakis.
Regarding this visit and meetings, Bytyqi said in an interview that it was about cooperation in the economy and in some energy projects.
“We talked about some specific projects and one of them is the terminal near Alexandroupolis which is connected to the LNG terminal. “We talked about the gas interconnector between Greece and Northern Macedonia and other bilateral relations that could normally activate a better business environment in both countries for new investments,” Bytyqi told Delta television.