North Macedonia deal: Greek PM Tsipras in ‘historic’ visit

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For the first time since Greece’s northern neighbor became independent in 1991, a Greek leader has visited the newly renamed North Macedonia.

PM Alexis Tsipras completed a deal in January to end their three-decade name row, and the two countries are now seeking to boost their relations.

Counterpart Zoran Zaev greeted him with a selfie outside government buildings.

“The first prime minister of Greece to visit North Macedonia. Truly historic day,” he wrote on Twitter.

The Greek prime minister was accompanied by 10 ministers and more than 100 business leaders.


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