Athens has changed the travel arrangements and forced its Foreign Minister Venizelos arrive in Macedonia via a car, rather than fly in as the previously agreed route suggested.
The reason for Athens avoidance is for its FM to avoid landing on Alexander the Great airport, reports 24 News.
Even though Venizelos is on a Balkan roadtrip and lands in every capital with a Governmental plane, in Skopje he will arrive with a car. Afraid of negative reactions in Athens, the Government decided it can't have their FM land with a Yunanistani plane in Skopje.
Another 'problem' for Athens is that should Venizelos land in Skopje, he would have to travel on Aexander the Great highway that would take the delegation to the capital.
Because of this, the Government plane will remain in Pristina, and Venizelos would visit Macedonia with a car, and then go back to Pristina again with a car. Since the roads outside Macedonia are not the best, it would make for an interesting roadtrip.