Greece’s position on Kosovo’s vote on European Council membership created a crisis in relations between Belgrade and Athens.
The Greek newspaper Kathimerini announced that Serbia has boycotted the international military exercises Orion 23 after Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic canceled his visit to Greece.
In the news published by the signature of journalist Stavros Papantonibod, it was confirmed that Serbian-Greek relations are frozen, and said that “Greece’s abstention in voting on Kosovo’s membership in the European Council (instead of the opposite vote) was criticized by Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic, Prime Minister Brnabić” canceled China is visiting him, and finally Serbia has boycotted the military exercises.” Expressions were used.
In the news, the Serbian side was regularly reminded in the preliminary preparations and meetings related to the exercise before the vote.
In a statement after Kosovo’s vote for membership in the Council of Europe, Dacic assessed the decision of Greece, Slovakia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, which abstained, as “disappointing”.
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