Tzanakopoulos: Amending of neighbor’s constitution – Greek government’s firm negotiating position

The request for the neighboring country to amend its constitution is a firm negotiating stance of Greece’s government, spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos says in an interview with the radio ‘Real FM’.

Tzanakopoulos once again notifies his country’s stances related to settling the Athens-Skopje name dispute, MIA reports from the Greek capital.

Greece stands for a complex name for overall usage (erga omnes), Tzanakopoulos says.

‘It means that a revision of our neighbor’s constitution is a precondition to finding a sustainable, stable and mutually acceptable political solution that will make both nations proud,’ Tzanakopoulos says.