Greece: striving toward peace

In response to the article ``Balkan Dominoes Could Tumble Back on Serbia Province,'' Dec. 13: Greece has no territorial designs on the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, as the article erroneously states. On the contrary, Greece is the principal country in the troubled Balkan Peninsula that consistently has advocated respect for existing borders of all Balkan countries and is actively working for a peaceful resolution of the Balkan crisis, in order to promote stability in southeastern Europe. Marina Kasdaglis, Boston Press attache, Consulate General of Greece

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