Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias has expressed confidence that the name agreement would get the green light from members of the Greek Parliament, including MPs from the junior coalition partner Independent Greeks. “The agreement with North Macedonia will be passed in Parliament. But, I want to make this clear – we are aiming at a majority of over 150 votes and that’s what we are going to get. It’s true that Independent Greek will not vote, but there are MPs from this party who believe that the agreement is good,” Kotzias said in an interview with Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. The Minister in the interview also spoke about the letters of threats and packages of bullets and dirt with blood sent to him.