ATHENS DISPLEASED WITH US INTERFERENCE IN NAME DISPUTE
Greek Foreign Minister Dora Bakoyannis said she was displeased with US interference in the name dispute, alluding to recent disclosure of a classified document.
"To express interest in encouraging and aiding negotiations is one thing. An attempt to sabotage the process directly or indirectly is another thing," Bakoyannis told Parliament's Defense and Foreign Policy Committee.
Greek daily Naftemporiki says Bakoyannis did not state her position as to the contents of the non-paper. She probably meant the news report published by Ethnos daily 10 days ago.
Naftemporiki daily quotes Bakoyannis as saying that Athens would make no concessions exceeding the red line on the name issue.
The newspaper says Athens plans to hand its objections to the latest proposal of UN mediator Matthew Nimetz in the coming period.