1. At the start of the war, Greece sided with the Allies and refused to give in to Italian demands.
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2. In 2001, Greece expresses support for Skopje as it faces an armed conflict with ethnic Albanian rebels.
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7. Greece is located in southeastern Europe and is the only European Union member state on the Balkan Peninsula.
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8. Greece is bounded on the south by the Mediterranean Sea.
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14. Since 1994, Greece has signed defense cooperation agreements with Israel and Egypt.
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25. Greece is the southernmost country in the Balkan Peninsula, the region that includes Albania, Macedonia, and Bulgaria to the north.
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31. Greece is approximately the same size as the state of Alabama.
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32. Greece is located on the southernmost point of the Balkan Peninsula and is flanked by 3 large bodies of water: the Aegean Sea, the Ionian Sea, and the Mediterranean Sea.
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36. In 1995, Greece agreed to recognize the country as the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
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37. Greece is a charter member of the United Nations, having joined on 25 October 1945, and participates in ECE and several nonregional specialized agencies.
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43. Greece is a major beneficiary of the Common Agricultural Policy of the European Union.
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44. Greece is a member of the International Monetary Fund and the World Trade Organization, and is ranked 24th on the KOF Globalization Index for 2013.
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47. Greece is located at the crossroads of Europe, Asia, and Africa.
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