Albania, second most dangerous enemy for Greeks after Turkey, according to poll

Albania, second most dangerous enemy for Greeks after Turkey, according to poll

 In a poll published on Sunday by the Greek paper 'Ethnos', 87% of Greeks consider Turkey the number one enemy of their country, and 63% express fears of the possibility of a "hot" incident between the two states.

Asked if they consider an enemy state as one of the neighbors, apart from Turkey, 47% of them consider Albania as an enemy of Greece, and 45% the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, while a minority of a small of 10% shares the same opinion for Bulgaria.

Regarding the question of how likely it is to threaten territorial integrity from neighbors, for Albania, only 27% said "yes". The same percentages goes almost the same for the former Yugoslav Republic, and when it comes to Turkey, 78% of Greeks feel threatened by the eastern neighbor.

According to the survey of whether these countries will integrate into the EU, 56% of Greeks believe that Albania's attitude towards Greece and Macedonia will improve, while for Turkey more than 64% think it will not happen.

Also, seven out of ten Greeks believe that diplomacy should be the main driving force for foreign policy, while 82% say that cooperation between the Balkan countries will improve the level of well being in the region.
Albania, second most dangerous enemy for Greeks after Turkey, according to poll Albania, second most dangerous enemy for Greeks after Turkey, according to poll Sunday, May 06, 2018 Rating: 5
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