With this move, the Greek government sent a message to BA, suggesting that it could take the matter of the 900-million drachma debt to court if it wished.
A Greek official last week stated that discussions aimed at an amicable resolution of the matter had ended and that legal action would follow. He attributed the latest developments to Speedwing.
A BA spokesperson said, on the other hand, that the company had not proceeded with legal action and that it continued to remain in contact with the Greek government in order to find a solution.
BA will reportedly send a representative to Athens within August in order to further discuss the issue with the Greek side.
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