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Athens News Agency: News in English, 05-05-11

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] PM Karamanlis attends SEECP summit in Bucharest

  • [01] PM Karamanlis attends SEECP summit in Bucharest

    BUCHAREST (ANA) -- Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis is participating at the 8th South East Europe Co-operation Process (SEECP) summit, which began here on Wednesday morning.

    The summit will also mark the transfer of the organisation's rotating one-year rotating presidency from Romania to Greece.

    Meanwhile, Karamanlis met with Romanian President Traian Basescu shortly after his arrival in the Romanian capital late in the afternoon on Tuesday.

    The Greek prime minister will also meet on Wednesday with Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov on the sidelines of the SEECP summit.

    Developments in the broader region, the future of the status of Kosovo and the Balkan region's European prospects are at the centre of discussions, as shown by the agenda of the summit of foreign ministers which preceded it.

    At the foreign ministers summit on Tuesday, Greek Foreign Minister Petros Molyviatis stressed that Kosovo is a matter which affects the stability of the region, and that the SEECP can be converted into a useful tool of information and communication with the Contact Group regarding Kosovo.

    During his meeting with the Romanian president, Karamanlis praised Romania's successful presidency of the SEECP and expressed a certainty that Bucharest will continue its successful course and will implement all its obligations during the EU accession negotiations in order to become a full member of the Union in 2007."

    (Caption: Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis, right, is greeted by Romanian President Traian Basescu in Bucharest. ANA / P. Saitas)


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