Greece-Albania talks – “We will not discuss the land border, only the maritime one”
According to Greek news agency, Greece and Albania will soon reopen negotiations to determine the maritime border between the two countries. Talks have been suspended for a long time now, largely as a result of the absence of a head of the Greek diplomacy until 3 days ago, when the new minister was appointed, but also as a result of intensive talks between Greece and Macedonia on the issue of name.
Prespa’s agreement is now sealed and Greece has a specific name at the helm of the Foreign Ministry, talks between our country and official Athens may resume in order to leave the country an inclusive agreement, where the border is not the issue of single. The Greek news agency underlines that there will be no land border on the negotiating table, but only the maritime one between the two countries.
The land border, according to confidential sources, is delimited by the 1996 agreement between the two countries and there is no reason to renegotiate. Thus, the Greek side seems to reject Prime Minister Rama’s claim for a land border dispute between the two countries.