Athens Declaration to Form Basis of Greek Positions in Bratislava, Gov't Sources Say

Athens Declaration to Form Basis of Greek Positions in Bratislava, Gov't Sources Say

The Athens Declaration adopted by the European Union's seven Mediterranean countries, during last week's meeting in the Greek capital, will form the basis of the Greek positions at Friday's informal European Council in Bratislava, government sources informed the Athens-Macedonian News Agency (ANA) on Thursday. Greece will additionally present additional positions of its own at the Bratislava summit, which is to be attended by 27 EU member-states excluding Britain, the sources said.
In statements about the Mediterranean leaders' meeting last week, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said that the aim of the meeting was to arrive at a joint and constructive contribution to the dialogue that was now beginning about the future of Europe, so that the Bratislava summit could serve as "democratic Europe's reply to populism, xenophobia and racism".


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