SKOPJE (ANA-MPA) – The government of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (fYRoM) announced here on Wednesday that PM Nikola Gruevski held a same-day telephone conversation with Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou, with issues of mutual interest reportedly discussed.
According to reports, the two leaders exchanged views on the economic situation in the two countries as well as on other issues of a bilateral and regional character.
The announcement by Skopje also mentions that the telephone conversation took place at the initiative of Gruevski, in the direction of improving bilateral relations and the promotion of the process on finding a mutually acceptable solution to the still unresolved “name issue”.
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