01 March, 2005
WASHINGTON 1/3/2005 (ANA/T. Ellis)
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for human rights Michael Kozak, speaking during a special briefing on the content of the report on human rights publicized on Monday and replying to a question on references made to Greece, said that just like last year the Greek government had ''in general respected the human rights of its citizens'', while problems were observed in certain sectors which, as he added, is the case for many countries.
"It is difficult for one to find a country which does not have problems in any sector," Kozak said.
Source: Athens News Agency