We have also started a few bilateral projects in Sanundon, but there is no ideal solution. We have also launched several bilateral projects, but there is no ideal solution. All bilateral problems must be resolved in a spirit of European understanding that shares common values, history and culture. All bilateral problems must be solved in the spirit of a European agreement, common values, history and culture. In the small image, there will always be some winners and losers: it is in the nature of any bilateral agreement. If you look at it, there will always be victories and losers: that is the nature of any bilateral agreement. Bilateral bilateral agreements (which involve bilateral agreements between the United States and Japan or will be „implemented“ by two parties are always the second best option. I think that bilateral agreements are only the second option after the best solution. It is simply necessary to have these bilateral agreements and that is why I welcome them.

Bilateral agreements are necessary and that is why I welcome this agreement. As Members know, we have a number of bilateral agreements in this regard. As you know, we are aiming for a series of bilateral agreements at the same time. With respect to your question, it is essentially a bilateral name issue. As far as the issue is concerned, the name conflict is essentially bilateral. Greece must take the necessary measures, but not with bilateral loans. Greece must use the necessary instruments, but not through bilateral loans. This requires more coordinated action at the bilateral and multilateral level. This requires more coordinated action at the bilateral and multilateral level. We all agree that the bilateral name problem needs to be resolved.

We all agree that the problem of both pathways must be solved by name. Member States must be free to sign bilateral agreements with third countries. Member States must be able to sign bilateral agreements with third countries. But it is a result, as the case began with bilateral agreements, and all other interested parties have been ignored. This should be attributed to the bilateral agreements that have begun this process and in defiance of the interests of all parties involved. to obtain growing bilateral benefits for an ever-increasing number of citizens; It is not possible to veto bilateral agreements. Bilateral agreements cannot be vetoed. We must insist that such actions be carried out in bilateral and multilateral talks. We must take such measures in bilateral and multilateral negotiations.

It is a good thing that we also conclude bilateral agreements. It is a good thing that we also conclude bilateral agreements. The bilateral level is where the EU can really lead by example. Bilaterally, the EU can really lead by example. That is what we have accomplished in our bilateral relations. We have accomplished so much through our bilateral relations. I would like to highlight two points in the event that bilateral agreements are to be concluded. I would like to highlight two points in the case of bilateral agreements. The bilateral approach must be accompanied by a regional approach.

The bilateral approach must be accompanied by a regional approach.