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FYROM move ticks off Athens

FYROM move ticks off Athens

October 12, 2010 Diplomats in Athens were vexed yesterday by the latest proposal by Antonio Milososki, foreign minister of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), according to which FYROM should be allowed to begin negotiations with officials in Brussels for accession to the European Union while bilateral talks aimed at solving a dispute over the Balkan country’s name continue […]

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FYROM without Credibility in United States

FYROM without Credibility in United States

The good relations between FYROM and the United States, have begun to fall apart, according to a yesterday’s report of Utrinski Vesnik. Diplomats from FYROM are not optimistic at all. “The United States is sick and tired of ‘Macedonia’.  This can be seen from the level and number of meetings.  The two states’ good ties are a thing of the […]

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A1: First signs of change in Athens attitude to Skopje

A1: First signs of change in Athens attitude to Skopje   12 October 2009 | 13:36 | FOCUS News Agency   Skopje. Whether a short meeting in Istanbul between Antonio Milososki and Georgios Papandreou means new momentum in relations between Skopje and Athens or the course of the Greek prime minister and foreign minister is merely a political gesture it […]

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