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Unacceptable the recent statements of Gruevski, says the Bulgarian President

Unacceptable the recent statements of Gruevski, says the Bulgarian President

Georgi Purvanov Bulgarian President Georgi Purvanov has hit out at a statement by FYROMian prime minister Nikola Gruevski that only in Australia did FYROMians have the unique opportunity to live together with their compatriots from the Aegean (in Greece) and Pirin mountain (in Bulgaria). Purvanov described Gruevski’s statement as “unacceptable”, Bulgarian news agency BTA said on October 29 2009. Purvanov, who […]

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FYROMacedonia May Consider Name Concessions

FYROMacedonia May Consider Name Concessions

FYROMacedonia May Consider Name Concessions Skopje | 22 October 2009 | Sinisa-Jakov Marusic                            FYROMacedonia will try to persuade Greece not to block its EU progress in December by promising concessions in the countries’ name dispute by sometime next year, media reports cite unnamed Skopje officials as saying.   Athens is […]

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Let’s stop discrimination and torture against people with Bulgarian self-consciousness in FYROM

PRESS-RELEASE Peaceful Citizen’s Protest in Support of Spaska Mitrova The Citizens’ Initiative Committee “Spaska Mitrova” is organising a peaceful, non-partisan, civil protest in support of Ms. Spaska Mitrova (an academic graduate who holds both Bulgarian and Macedonian citizenships), jailed behind the bars of the infamous communist prison “Idrizovo”, near Skopje, because of her Bulgarian self-consciousness. This protest is born of […]

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FYROM faces Domestic, International Problems in Joining EU

A quite interesting article by Skopje 24 Ore, 10 Sep 09 p 10 Commentary by Muhamer Pajaziti: “Will Brussels Compromise Principles for FYROMacedonia?”   FYROMacedonian Government representatives have recently announced with great enthusiasm and optimism that the EU will definitely recommend the beginning of negotiations on the country’s membership in this supranational organization.   This is nothing new because this […]

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The future of Greece

The future of Greece By Evaggelos Vallianatos Economy and society With the sole exception of shipping where Greece owns the largest merchant fleet in the world, Greece has pretty much stayed out of industrial development, manufacturing nearly nothing and exporting very little outside of students, emigrants, olive oil and cheese. Growing up in Greece in the 1950s and 1960s, I […]

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FYROM’s Vecer accuses Bulgaria of being the most Troubled country in EU….

FYROM’s Vecer accuses Bulgaria of being the most Troubled country in EU….

…and this statement carries a lot of weight to be true, since the Former Yugoslav Republic Of Macedonia  wont get herself the Title of the “Most troubled and Corrupted Country in EU” due to the fact the former Yugoslav Republic most likely will remain out of EU, as a reward of her  unwillingness to eliminate the rusty Irredentist Dreams against her neighbours!!! By […]

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Airspace violations provoke Greece,says Bakogiannis

Airspace violations provoke Greece,says Bakogiannis

Airspace violations provoke Greece,says Bakogiannis Friday, July 31, 2009    CANSU ÇAMLIBEL    ATHENS – Hürriyet Daily News    ‘My position is clear: I choose cooperation over confrontation. We are allies in NATO and hopefully future partners within the EU. Again and again, I repeat to my EU colleagues that Greece is the most sincere supporter of Turkish accession to […]

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Greece talks about toughening stance against Turkey

Greece talks about toughening stance against Turkey Monday, July 27, 2009   ARIANA FERENTINOU     Cold winds are blowing from Athens. Athens sees an increased number of over flights in the Aegean by the Turkish air force as a violation of its air space. It also sees the move by Ankara to launch oil exploration in the Aegean and […]

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West Macedonia: The environmental issues, a top priority for Greece.

West Macedonia: The environmental issues, a top priority for Greece.

Prespa Lake programme in EU’s top 5 The ‘LIFE-Nature’ Programme 2002-2007 developed by the Society for the Protection of Prespa and WWF Hellas, designed to protect and preserve bird species in the Mikri Prespa Lake of the Florina Prefecture in northern Greece, has been named as one of the top five environmental programmes carried out in the EU during 2007-2008. […]

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FYROM: The implementation of the Ohrid Framework Agreement, the judiciary and the public administration reforms, still leave a lot to be desired.

 There is no need of a new framework agreement, EU Ambassador Erwan Fouéré said Monday, pointing out that the existing one remains vital for FYROM’s stability, prosperity and EU-integration process. It has been emphasised in several occasions that FYROM’s road to the European Union leads via Ohrid. We shall say once again that it may be done only by an effective implementation […]

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