Mitsotakis to tell Merkel that he will respect the Prespa Agreement

Greece’s Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis had a meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin to convey the view that the Greek government will respect the Prespa Agreement, Ekatimerini reports.
“As far as the Prespa name Agreement is concerned, Mitsotakis has every reason to stress his position that Greek foreign policy is stable and that he will respect any agreement signed by the previous administration,” Ekatimerini said.
Attracting foreign direct investment, presenting Greece’s government reform plan and development activities over the next decade (2020-2030) that will expand, among other things, to the environment and energy sectors, according to Greek government sources of Kyriakos Mitsotakis’ visit to Berlin and the meeting with Angela Merkel.
The Greek Prime Minister and German Chancellor will also discuss issues related to Europe’s present and future, such as security and co-operation in Southeast Europe and Greece’s role in the neighborhood and the EU, as well as specific topics such as Greek – German economic contacts, the migrant issue and relations with Turkey.
According to the same sources, Mitsotakis’ visit to Berlin and the meeting with Merkel will be the first page of the new chapter.