Today is a day of joy for the incoming and the outgoing foreign minister of Greece following Friday’s outcome of the vote in the Macedonian Parliament over the initiative for constitutional revision. Despite the resignation, outgoing Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias and Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said they are happy, MIA reports from Athens. The handover of the post from Kotzias to PM Tsipras, who will also take over the post of FM, took place in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Saturday. In their remarks, both referred to the Greek foreign policy, including the name issue and the Prespa Agreement. “I am the happiest outgoing foreign minister,” Kotzias told reporters when arriving to the event.