The visit of Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias to Skopje March 22-23 was a clear attempt to reboot the dragging 2018 cycle of the Greece-Macedonia/FYROM Name Dispute negotiations, which nearly ground to a halt in March.

This visit has taken on a bit more of a symbolic aspect since the renaming of Skopje airport weeks ago made it diplomatically acceptable for a Greek Foreign Minister to fly in aboard the first direct flight from Athens in 12 years, as opposed to earlier visits conducted wit...

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