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By undertaking specific steps, I want us to build a positive image in the region. We will do our homework and look to the future. I think we in the Balkans can do much better than what we are doing now, and I will continue offering arguments and concrete proposals. I will continue undertaking specific steps that will prove that it is in the interest of our bigger southern neighbour, to the interest of all, that we start EU accession negotiations. And I am convinced that you have the leverage in your hands and that this leverage can help open the way towards closing the one open issue. This is only our first meeting and the road ahead of us will not be an easy one. I have the feeling that we are walking along a very difficult path of problems that have been piling up, and we need to do much more to resolve them.
I am here to ask for your support. I care less about who will be the winner or who will not be the winner. My message is that I ask for the support of the Greek government. What we need now is an impetus, an encouragement to go along the way, to continue walking the road we wish to move along and that for some time we have not been walking. We want to have friendly relations with your country. I have prepared myself well. I saw the very useful confidence-building measures that have been already implemented. We also spoke about border-crossings. I hope that at some time in the future there will be no border in the classical sense of the word, if we become part of the EU.
I will stop here and I hope that your questions will not be too hard or too complicated. We will take two questions. I would like to ask you this: Although in recent years the good climate between the two countries has improved and the confidence-building measures, which were good from both sides, contributed to this, nevertheless, the sense remains within Greek society that, in recent years, you have been cultivating, or at least you cultivated — and intensely, in fact — an irredentist ideology. This is a huge issue for Greek society, with statues, with schoolbooks, with monuments, etc. I have accompanied Mr. Kotzias to Skopje, and these things are very stark indeed.
Right now, as the new government, you express the willingness to change this. Can you tell us what you intend to do specifically? There are names of roads, names of airports, the books How do you intend to move ahead? Some changes can be made at no financial cost. Thank you very much. And then we start the interview. First of all, Eva explains the difference between an agency like hers and the personal ads in newspapers. She tells me that only people who are looking for a stable relationship come here, not the ones wanting occasional flings.
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