How is the European perspective unfolding for the Western Balkans? How are North Macedonia, Serbia, Albania, Montenegro, Bosnia, and Kosovo’s relations with the European Union, and what is the current Russian, Chinese, Turkish and US presence in the region? What role has Greece played in the Balkans, from the era of dynamic Greek corporate expansion in the 1990s through the first Western Balkans Summit at the 2003 Thessaloniki European Council to the 2018 Prespa Agreement and the present?

Ioannis Armakolas participated in Polydefkis Papadopoulos’ broadcast dedicated to “The European Future of the Western Balkans: the role of Greece” on ERT radio.

You can listen to the interview here, in Greek.