Foreign Minister Dimitris Droutsas reiterated on Wednesday that Greece does not "tolerate disputing, and there is no doubt on that, even for a palm of Greek territory", on the occasion of the publicising of US State Department reports in the wikileaks.
"I consider as a matter of principle that the publicising of confidential diplomatic mail is condemnable and undermines the exercising of foreign policy. As regards the issue of Agathonissi and Farmakonissi, (in the Aegean) or whatever other place in Greek territory, I say once again in an emphatic way that we do not tolerate disputing and there is no doubt even for a palm of Greek territory. Our friends on the other side of the Aegean must put this in their minds well," Droutsas said in reply to a relevant question by the press in the framework of statements by him before his meeting on Wednesday with his Serb counterpart Vuk Jeremic.