Post Tagged with: "Greece"

Academy of Athens on FYROM name issue

Academy of Athens on FYROM name issue

  The Academy of Athens in an announcement on Friday clarified its position on the FYROM name issue. “The Academy of Athens has closely monitored this nationally important issue and has repeatedly stated its position publicly, based on indisputable historical, cultural and archaeological facts. It notes that a necessary condition of any agreement on the name of the state of […]

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The name ‘Macedonia’ cannot work

The name ‘Macedonia’ cannot work

   Dr  Svetlana Broz *   Although my grandfather, Josip Broz Tito, “gave” the name “Macedonia” to one of the six constituent republics of Yugoslavia, it is obvious that this act did not aim to create irredentist claims with its neighbors, with which Yugoslavia developed friendly relations and fruitful cooperation. For many years Skopje’s authorities had been presenting maps of […]

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Cretu visits ancient Macedonian site of Aigai in Vergina, northern Greece

Cretu visits ancient Macedonian site of Aigai in Vergina, northern Greece

    Visiting the archaeological site of Aigai and the burial complex of the ancient Macedonian kings in Vergina, northern Greece on Friday, European Commissioner for Regional Policy Corina Cretu described it as “a jewel in Europe’s history.” Following her tour of the site, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage list, Cretu said it was very important for her […]

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Archaeological Museum of Pella : “Macedonian Treasures”

Archaeological Museum of Pella : “Macedonian Treasures”

THE EXHIBITION “MACEDONIAN TREASURES” WILL BE ON THE FIRST FLOOR OF THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM OF PELLA UNTIL SEPTEMBER 30th 2015. More than 500 precious objects, found during archaeological excavations in Macedonia in the last 25 years, constitute this new exhibition; gold wreaths, gold masks, jewellery, arms, sculpture, metal, alabaster and clay vases and other artifacts from the rich cemeteries of […]

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Διαφορά μεταξύ της Παμμακεδονικής και του Υπουργείου Παιδείας και Θρησκευμάτων

Διαφορά μεταξύ της Παμμακεδονικής και του Υπουργείου Παιδείας και Θρησκευμάτων

Πριν από λίγες εβδομάδες, η Παμμακεδονική απέστειλε επιστολή διαμαρτυρίας προς το Υπουργείο Παιδείας και Θρησκευμάτων της Ελλάδας, που αφορούσε χάρτη της Ευρώπης circa 1940 που μπορεί να βρεθεί στα βιβλία της ιστορίας της Eλληνικής δευτεροβάθμιας εκπαίδευσης. Ήταν περίεργο το γεγονός ότι το Υπουργείο επέλεξε αυτό το συγκεκριμένο χάρτη που εμφανίζει τα κύρια ναζιστικά στρατόπεδα συγκέντρωσης στην Ευρώπη κατά τη διάρκεια […]

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Lithuanian’s Ambassador Message Shocks FYROM

Lithuanian’s Ambassador Message Shocks FYROM

“The list of your problems is long. You have no progress in many spheres. It is not a mistake that we fail to mention you, you are not part of our priorities. ” This clear message of the Lithuanian ambassador to FYROM, Renatas Juska hit like a hurricane in the tedious reality in FYROM. Almost a week ago, the Slovenian President […]

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Denko Malevski, Prof. of Political Science Talks About Greek and Bulgarian Relation to FYROM

Denko Malevski, Prof. of Political Science Talks About Greek and Bulgarian Relation to FYROM

Prof. Malevski speaks about impossibility to reach EU and NATO, if Greece or Bulgaria disagree. Vladislav Perunović, correspondent from Skopje, FYROM

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FYROM Does NOT Deserve NATO Membership

FYROM Does NOT Deserve NATO Membership

An interesting opinion article regarding FYROM and NATO  was written by Stewart Rowles and published in Atlantic-community.org Macedonia (sic) Does NOT Deserve NATO Membership Stewart Rowles: All I see is a country using NATO to get to the Golden Goose of the EU. What benefits are there for NATO when the majority of the FYROM’s Slav population detests NATO for kicking the fellow Slavic Serbs out and bringing the ethnic Albanians […]

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Conference to discuss Greece, Balkan Wars, liberation of Macedonia

Conference to discuss Greece, Balkan Wars, liberation of Macedonia

Distinguished historians from the U.S., Canada and Greece will present the lecture “Greece and the Balkan Wars: 100 Years from the Liberation of Macedonia” from 1 to 5 p.m. Oct. 27 in Century Room A at the Millennium Student Center at UMSL. On Oct. 26, 1912, the Greek Army entered Salonica, sealing the liberation of a large part of Macedonia […]

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Bulgarian President Appointed Honorary Professor at the University of Macedonia

Bulgarian President Appointed Honorary Professor at the University of Macedonia

By Areti Kotseli Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev was awarded the highest of Greek honors – the Grand Cross of the Order of the Redeemer as well as the Order of Honor of Athens and Thessaloniki’s badge of honor during his two-day visit in Greece. The Bulgarian President was also honored with the honorary degree Honoris Causa of the University of Macedonia. He […]

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