Announcing his assessment that more time is needed to complete Greece-Macedonia/FYROM Name Dispute negotiations, Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias told an Athens radio station April 18 that the possibility of implementing any deal before the July NATO summit in Bucharest was now practically zero.

“It is totally clear that FYROM will not join NATO (in July),” Kotzias said. “If we are to have an agreement, we must agree on constitutional changes. So it will go back to the fall.”

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