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FYROM most probably to get a Negative Report in the upcoming EU Summit

FYROM most probably to get a Negative Report in the upcoming EU Summit

FYROM most likely will not be set a date for launching membership negotiations at the EU Summit in June because the country has not met the political criteria. Thus far, no concrete step in solving the name issue has been made, there is no dialogue and a parliamentary ad-hoc commission for clearing the events of 24 December has not been established. FYROM’s Foreign […]

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Albanian flags everywhere, the FYROM one – nowhere

Albanian flags everywhere, the FYROM one – nowhere

The way in which the celebration of the day of the Albanian state flag was done increasingly dramatize interethnic relations in the country. Already for a week, provocative large Albanian flags are placed on monuments and poles, without any place to put the national flag, said Gordan Georgiev, vice president of SDSM. Above all, says Georgiev, the statement of the […]

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Albanian Power in FYROM

Albanian Power in FYROM

Yesterday night in Skopje, FYROM a monument representing Hasan ‘Prishtina’ (1873-1933), the first Prime Minister of Albania was placed in the strict center of the city, in front of Mavrovka mall. On it ceremonial inauguration, Ali Ahmeti, President of Democratic Union for Integration, himself a former Marxist-Leninist, was introduced as “commander of National-liberation army (KLA, ONA). This unity of Albanians which generated substantial […]

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Burned flag in football match angers FYROM’s Slavs

Burned flag in football match angers FYROM’s Slavs

A football match incident in Kosovo where Albanian fans burned the FYROM’s national flag angered the Slavs of FYROM. According to the local media in Kosovo, the incident was a reply to the racist chanting against Albania and Albanians taking place recently in Prilep during the friendly match between FYROM and Albania. A couple of days ago a group of Albania fans of the Soccer club Lepenec during the […]

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Macedonia Travel in Greece – Prefecture of Kastoria

From the YouTube channel of  LycurgosNysio The Prefecture of Kastoria is located at the west end of Western Macedonia in Greece, bordering with the prefectures of Florina, Grevena, Kozani and Ioannina, as well as with Albania, to the west. The city of Kastoria unfolds amphitheatrically 620 metres above sea level. It is built on a peninsula that penetrates Orestiada Lake, […]

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NORTHERN EPIRUS IS NOT A DIRTY WORD

NORTHERN EPIRUS IS NOT A DIRTY WORD

  Way back in 1960, just around the time when the leader of the USSR Nikita Khrushchev suggested to the paranoid leader of Stalinist Albania Enver Hoxha that autonomy be granted to Northern Epirus, as the majority population in this region along the border with Greece, was of ethnic Greek origin, George Papandreou, the grandfather of the current Greek Prime […]

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Battle of Greece (1940-1944)

Battle of Greece (1940-1944)

        Greece entered World War II on 28 October 1940, when the Italian army invaded from Albania. The Greek army dealt the first victory for the Allies by defeating the invasion and pushing Mussolini’s forces back into Albania. Hitler was reluctantly forced to send his own forces to overcome Greece in April 1941, and delay the invasion […]

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Πισοδέρι Φλώρινας – Pisoderi Florina

Πισοδέρι Φλώρινας – Pisoderi Florina

Πισοδέρι Φλώρινας (Photo @ Wikipedia.org) Ένα εξαιρετικό video από τον kparlapani http://florina-history.blogspot.com/2010/02/blog-post.html Το Πισοδέρι είναι ορεινό χωριό του νομού Φλώρινας. Είναι χτισμένο σε υψόμετρο 1.390-1.460 μέτρων στις πλαγιές του όρους Βαρνούντα και αποτελεί έναν από τους πιο ορεινούς οικισμούς της Ελλάδας. Το Πισοδέρι ανήκει στον δήμο Πρεσπών και ο πληθυσμός του σύμφωνα με την απογραφή του 2001 είναι 62 κάτοικοι. […]

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Population of Foreign citizens in the EU27 in 2008

 Source: Eurostat  Population of foreign citizens in the EU27 in 2008 Foreign citizens made up 6% of the EU27 population On 1 January 2008, 30.8 million foreign citizens1 lived in the EU27 Member States, of which 11.3 million were citizens of another EU27 Member state. The remaining 19.5 million were citizens of countries outside the EU27, of which 6.0 million […]

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Berisha Continues To Refuse Gruevski

Berisha Continues To Refuse Gruevski

Skopje 24 Ore Nov 09 p 4   Report by Rita Kadriu: “Berisha Continues To Refuse Gruevski”   Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski has on several occasions attempted to visit Tirana, but all replies from the Albanian Government have been negative thus far, with Prime Minister Berisha’s busy schedule being cited as an excuse, sources within the Albanian Government have confirmed […]

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