17 November, 2005
Greece's permanent representative at the UN, Ambassador Adamantios Vassilakis on Wednesday addressed a Security Council meeting which debated the current situation in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
"We have hoped that the tenth anniversary of the signing of the Dayton Agreement would provide Bosnia-Herzegovina with the opportunity of soon becoming a member of the Partnership for Peace, also having initiated the process of the Agreement on Stabilization and Association. There is still time for this dream to become real. We will continue to believe that the opportunity will not be lost," Vassilakis noted.
He also said that Greece "fully aligns itself" with the address made by the British UN permanent representative on behalf of the European Union. Vassilakis said that since last March, when the same issue was discussed, many things have changed "mostly for the better".
Source: Athens News Agency