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GREECE. STILL DEFtANT. ———— ———— TINO'S "STRONG OPPOSITION." ITALY TIRED OF INACTION. —— ATHENS, Wednesday. The King to-day received the ex- Premiers, with whom he consulted on the subject of the Allied Note. Accord- ing to the newspapers, after the ex- Premiers had given their opinions the King expressed strong opposition to the demands of the Entente Ministers hav- ing reference to military matters. Nevertheless, the Press believes that an arrangement RXill possible. The Government has decided to enter into negotiations with the Ministers of the Entente through the intermediary of the Italian Minister, who visited to-day the Minister for Foreign Affairs.- "Morning Post" Correspondent. ITALY" FED UP." I TOO MUCH DIPLOMATIC OSCILLATION. 10 ROME, Wednesday. The Italian Press is not enthusiastic about the Triple Entente's Note to Greece. It is noticeable that, the ?-parat^ Italian Note, while affirming Italy's genE-ral solidarity with the Allies, expressly dissociates Italy from the measures of an internal character men- tioned in paragraph 4 of their Note. The newspapers continue to express ap- proval of Baron Sonnino's differentiation of Italian policy in Greece from that of the three Protecting Powers. This difference of action, they argue, is good diplomacy, I whereas, according to them, the Allies are pursuing a quixotic policy without corres- j ponding compensations. It is useless, says the Messaggerc, to at- tempt a settlement of the Greek question as long as the Allies' diplomacy o.c;c.Hlat.e.<¡ be- tween seoni-agreereent with King Constan- j tine atfid semi-illusion about M. Venizelo.t- (" Morning Post" correspondent.)

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