Greece respects international treaties, but does not welcome people suspected of participating in coup attempt, gov’t sources say
“Greece has a responsibility. We respect the international treaties to protect the rights, but that does not mean that we welcome people suspected of having participated in a coup d’ etat attempt. These people are not welcome. The Greek justice is now responsible for this case,” according to government sources.
Referring to the issue of the name of FYROM, the same source said: “In national matters, the country has and must have continuity.”
“The 2017 line can now be justified. All political forces have the right to express their views. On a subject that has been pending for 25 years, nobody is entitled to hide and behave based on party interests. The stance of all parties will be recorded in history,” the source added.