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- It makes no sense to include such a field. See Talk:Greeks/Archive 7#"Related" groups, for the n-th time. This has been tried and discussed ad nauseam before. Fut.Perf. ☼ 21:05, 25 November 2018 (UTC)
- Well this is very curious. I agree that since the ancient Hellenic forces reunited to form the homogeneous GREEK nation, only Greeks are Hellenic. I agree that the section need not be included. However, see Italians history. One editor is constantly trying to claim that Greeks are related to Romance Italians, all based on the very murky DNA/ethnogenesis argument (which would make Albanians, Greeks, Bulgarians/Slavs and Turks as well as Balkan Gypsies all related). --Edin Balgarin (talk) 11:32, 3 December 2018 (UTC)
- No this is what "related ethnic group" SHOULD NOT tie in with. Otherwise one batch of Bulgarians in one zone is unrelated to another batch of Bulgarians in a separate geographical zone. Needless to say what ethnogenesis discovers for the nations across the rest of the world. --Edin Balgarin (talk) 16:41, 5 December 2018 (UTC)