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GreecePM Mitsotakis visits Himare, pledges to steadfastly support ethnic Greek minority

PM Mitsotakis visits Himare, pledges to steadfastly support ethnic Greek minority

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Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis arrived in Livadhja and delivered a brief address to over 300 members of the ethnic Greek minority that gathered in the yard of the high school “Lefteris Stalios”.

In his address, Mitsotakis appeared optimistic over the signing of an agreement on referring the delimitation of the EEZ with Albania to arbitration and insisted that this was the right way to resolve differences between civilised countries.

Earlier Mitsotakis visited Himare, Albania, where members of the Greek ethnic minority welcomed him at the seafront in the town.

Mitsotakis, clearly moved, stated that it was a great honour to be the first Greek prime minister to visit Himare.

“The Greek ethnic minority of Albania will have in me a steadfast supporter of your just claims. You are the bridge of friendship between Greece and Albania. I am and will remain a supporter of Albania’s European path and it is Albania’s duty to fully respect your rights on the issue of self-identification, the issue of language and in the matter of your property rights,” Mitsotakis said, while insisting and offering his personal guarantee that, with a spirit of cooperation, all these issues will be resolved.

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Mitsotakis also noted that Greece has “put the adventures behind it” and is now stronger.

Olympic gold medallist Pyrros Dimas accompanied Mitsotakis on his visit to the villages of the Greek minority, calling it a historic day and stressing: “I would have come from the other side of the world, I would not miss it for anything”.

SOURCE; ANA-MPA

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