U.S. to blacklist people in Greece acting against the Prespa Agreement


Those acting against the Prespa Agreement even in countries outside the Western Balkans, including Greece, could be blacklisted by the United States, a State Department spokesperson has told VOA in response to a question on whether Biden’s administration planned to expand sanctions to persons from other countries, specifically Greece, which is a signatory to the Prespa Agreement and is thus subject to certain obligations in its implementation.

“Execitive order 14033 allows sanctions against those who undermine the stability of the Western Balkans, wherever they are, provided they meet the relevant targeting criteria,” the U.S. State Department spokesperson said.

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