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UPDATED: 08:22, June 15, 2006
Greece recognizes independence of Montenegro
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Greece has recognized Montenegro's independence via a letter by Foreign Minister Dora Bakoyannis addressed to her Montenegrin counterpart Miodrag Vlahovic, the foreign ministry announced on Wednesday.

Greece "recognizes the independence of the Republic of Montenegro and welcomes it to the family of sovereign states," said the statement by the Foreign Ministry.

From now on, bilateral relations will develop as inter-state relations, it said.

Bakoyannis reaffirmed in the letter that Athens is willing to further strengthen traditionally friendly bilateral ties and assist the country in its efforts to integrate with European institutions.

Source: Xinhua

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