FM Katrougalos: The day after the Prespes Agreement was a brighter day for Greece

The day after the Prespes Agreement founds Greece with its prestige internationally improved, said Foreign Minister Giorgos Katrougalos speaking at Delphi Economic Forum.

He said that the day after the Prespes Agreement was a brighter day for the country and for the region.

Katrougalos said that it is a twin challenge for the country to reaffirm its political role and mostly to expand the Greek economy’s developing economic dynamic after the end of the memoranda by uniting, as much as possible, the economic role of the Balkans and supporting in parallel the European prospect of those countries of the region that are not yet members of the EU.

Focusing on the political role of Greece, he said that the Prespes Agreement sent a double message “that our country wants to become an exporter of stability in this particularly troubled triangle with tips Ukraine, Libya and Syria and as political force, we are not a force of inertia and phobia”

Finally, he said that the Prespes Agreement abolishes any suspicion of irredentism and any minority existence possibility.