NATO Commander: FYROM must solve name dispute to become NATO member state:

 
News NATO Commander: FYROM must solve name dispute to become NATO member state:
Skopje. Admiral Mark Fitzgerald, commander of NATO’s Allied Joint Force Command Headquarters Naples arrived in Skopje for a two-day working visit. He expressed his regret FYROM did not become NATO member state despite it made the necessary reforms, Makfax agency informs.
Fitzgerald said at a meeting with FYROM’s President Branko Crvenovski the problem with the name dispute with Greece is the only issue, which is registered as an obstacle for FYROM to become NATO member state. He expressed his hope the name dispute will be solved.

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