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Letter from the World Pan-Macedonian Associations to the European Commissioner for Enlargement Stefan Fule

Letter from the World Pan-Macedonian Associations to the European Commissioner for Enlargement Stefan Fule

  WORLD PAN-MACEDONIAN ASSOCIATIONS Communication: Nina Gatzoulis Coordinator of the Committee of World Pan-Macedonian Associations   October 27, 2012 Mr. Štefan Füle European Commissioner for Enlargement and Neighbourhood Policy 200, Rue de la Loi B – 1049 Brussels BELGIUM Dear Mr. Commissioner: As you are aware, the European Commission has recently published its annual Progress Report on the Former Yugoslav […]

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FYROM’s analysts say Gruevski partly to blame for the failure to join EU

FYROM’s analysts say Gruevski partly to blame for the failure to join EU

FYROM’s analysts went over what they consider the failures of their country to join the European Union. The frustration of FYROM’s experts became bigger as they witness  other countries of the Balkan region to have already joined the Union and themselves to be stuck in the waiting room of EU for seven years. Many of them, after the recent NATO fiasco in […]

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FYROM : Half of the announced laws not harmonized with European Legislature

FYROM : Half of the announced laws not harmonized with European Legislature

Painful truths about FYROM’s european intergration are found in a today’s column in Utrinski Vesnik. The writer rightly concluded that FYROM does not need Greece to block the country’s European Integration, since she does it better all by herself.  This is confirmed by the stats shown by the former Deputy PM for European Affairs, Radmila Sekerinska. Sekerinska exposed FYROM’s government by showing that half of the laws that were announced and planned this year […]

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Letter from All Pan-Macedonian Association to UN and EU regarding the Statue of Alexander the Great in Skopje.

Letter from All Pan-Macedonian Association to UN and EU regarding the Statue of Alexander the Great in Skopje.

  WORLD PAN-MACEDONIAN ASSOCIATIONS Communication: Nina Gatzoulis Coordinator of the Committee of World Pan-Macedonian Associations To: UN Country Members Europarliamentarians   We are vehemently opposing the erection of Alexander the Great’s statue in the Skopje Square, in the capital of the FYROM. This act does not only show the usurpation of the Greek history by that country’s Slavs in the […]

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FYROM begs Greece to Let It Start EU Accession Talks

FYROM begs Greece to Let It Start EU Accession Talks

FYROM’s Foreign Minister Milososki (left) with Greek PM Papandreou during an OSCE meeting in Athens in 2009. Photo by EPA/BGNES FYROM’s Foreign Minister Antonio Milososki has sent a letter to his Greek counterpart Dimitris Droutsas pleading for Greece to lift its objections to FYROM‘s starting EU accession talks. The letter submitted by Milososki to Droutsas does not mention the notorious name […]

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Athens adamant over FYROM ‘Name Issue’

Athens adamant over FYROM ‘Name Issue’

Greece will not accept the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia’s (FYROM) entry into NATO or the European Union so long as there is no mutually acceptable name for that country, Deputy Foreign Minister Theodoros Kassimis reiterated on Thursday, and this time in Parliament.    Kassimis also added that EU funding to the neighbouring land-locked country was flowing at a slower […]

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Turkey’s Shortsightedness

Turkey’s Shortsightedness

By Paul B. Adjemian, Montréal, 10 June 2010 Why has Turkey failed to convince the European Union (EU) to admit it as a full-fledged member? Simple, it’s due to its typical dogmatic mentality of “I know”, “I am right”, “I want”, “I won’t” and, of course, “my way”. Turkey fails to see that membership in a family requires harmony, understanding, […]

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Senior Spanish Diplomat Says Turkey still has to take steps for EU

Senior Spanish Diplomat Says Turkey still has to take steps for EU

Ankara Anatolia 2002 GMT 25 May 10 “SENIOR SPANISH DIPLOMAT SAYS TURKEY STILL HAS TO TAKE STEPS FOR EU” ISTANBUL (A.A) – The senior diplomat of Spain, holding the rotating presidency of the European Union (EU), in Turkey said on Tuesday that there was still progress Turkey had to make regarding Copenhagen criteria.  Spanish Ambassador to Turkey Joan Clos Matheu […]

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Greeks in the Streets Are Right, EU Economists Have It Wrong

Greeks in the Streets Are Right, EU Economists Have It Wrong

by Mark Weisbrot The agreement by the European Union and the International Monetary Fund to provide up to $960 billion of support to the Continent’s weaker economies, as well as to financial markets, has appeared to calm investors worldwide, for the moment. But this does not resolve the underlying problem, even in the short run. The problem is one of […]

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Debt Crisis: The EU is Waterboarding Greece

Debt Crisis: The EU is Waterboarding Greece

The austerity measures forced on to the Greeks are not only unfair, they set a bad precedent for the rest of Europe by Poul Nyrup Rasmussen Published on Friday, May 7, 2010 by The Guardian/UK On the day of the eurozone leaders’ meeting in Brussels, it is essential that we look at what is really going on in the European […]

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