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Macedonia News : Reply by the Pan-Macedonian Association USA to FYROM’s Foreign Minister

Macedonia News : Reply by the Pan-Macedonian Association USA to FYROM’s Foreign Minister

“Wrong Cause of Macedonian Instability” The article published Feb. 6 by The Washington Times titled “Macedonia complains Greece is ‘irrational’ ” needed more context. The foreign minister of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), Nikola Poposki, accusing Greece of being irrational is the result of mirror-imaging. The issue of instability in his country is the result of bad governance by […]

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Involvement of FYROM’s Paramilitaries in the Ilia’s forest fires of 2007?

Involvement of FYROM’s Paramilitaries in the Ilia’s forest fires of 2007?

Paramilitaries from FYROM are likely to have been involved in the enormous forest fires of 2007 taking place in Ilia, Peloponesse, according to a today’s report from the newspaper “Demokratia”. According to the newspaper, a report from the Greek Army was sent in 17-11-2007 (note: almost 2 months after the devastating fires) to the Greek Minister at that period, Mr. Meimarakis who forwarded it to the under-secretary of the Greek […]

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Letter from Pan-Macedonian Associations to President Obama

Letter from Pan-Macedonian Associations to President Obama

January 25, 2012 Barack Obama President of the United States The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW Washington DC, 20502 Dear Mr. President, We, the members of the PanMacedonian Association USA (one of the largest Greek organizations in the US), and the World Macedonian Associations – together representing over 3.5 million Greeks worldwide stemming from Macedonia, Greece – are writing to inform you of […]

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Greece wins Swiss court ruling over ancient coin

Greece wins Swiss court ruling over ancient coin

THESSALONIKI, Greece — A Swiss court has ordered the confiscation of a very rare ancient silver coin that was allegedly illegally excavated in northern Greece and sold at auction in Switzerland, Greek and Swiss officials say. The lawyer representing Greece in the case said Thursday that the ruling in October opens the way for the early 5th century B.C. coin’s […]

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Brainwash in FYROM’s Schools

Brainwash in FYROM’s Schools

Some years ago i went to a school her, and i asked the kids where their country ends and all the kids told me names that exists in Greece. They told me their country ends in Thessaloniki, in Kavala, and in Giannena”

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Researchers find hundreds ancient coins

Researchers find hundreds ancient coins

Egypt Bronze coins, the researchers found 383 ancient coins in the oasis.   Rich pickings for archaeologists in Egypt: The excavators are thrust into an oasis on numerous coins from pre-Christian times. Among the treasures are also stunning jewelry pieces. Cairo – Egyptian archaeologists have found an oasis south of Cairo, numerous coins from pre-Christian times. When the excavation at […]

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Macedonia News : FYROM Media speak about Fiasco in the upcoming NATO summit

Macedonia News : FYROM Media speak about Fiasco in the upcoming NATO summit

Severe criticism and attacks against Gruevski’s policies by a number of FYROM’s Media and the Opposition Party was the outcome of the Wednesday interview of the FYROM’s PM in Dnevnik. The PM of the former Yugoslav Republic, more or less, announced a black prognoses on what is awaiting his country at the NATO Summit taking place in Chicago. Gruevski  stated that the chances for FYROM to join NATO at the summit  […]

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Macedonia News : Greece and FYROM in a new round of Name Negotiations

Macedonia News : Greece and FYROM in a new round of Name Negotiations

Macedonia News – Greece and FYROM are rejoining  U.N.-mediated talks over the official name of the latter country, according to an announcement by the United  Nations. The new round of meetings will be hosted by Matthew Nimetz, the U.N. mediator, and representatives from borth parties. Greece will be represented by the Ambassador Adamantios Vassilakis  and FYROM by the Ambassador Zoran Jolevski. Up to now FYROM applied […]

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Macedonia News – Thessaloniki the European Youth Capital for 2014

Macedonia News – Thessaloniki the European Youth Capital for 2014

Macedonia News – The city of Thessaloniki has emerged as the winner in the competition for European Youth Capital for the year 2014. “Thessaloniki built the strongest application, with a profound program that is packed with creative ideas,” said Peter Matjašič, President of the European Youth Forum. The Thessaloniki candidacy is themed on the word and concept of “time,” aiming […]

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Greek Australia reacts to FYROM ruling

Greek Australia reacts to FYROM ruling

Greek Australia reacts to FYROM ruling   12 Dec 2011 Mike Sweet Strong reaction in Australia followed this week’s ruling by the International Court of Justice (ICJ), that Greece breached the 1995 UN-brokered Interim Accord with FYROM. According to the ICJ, Greece’s actions in 2008 in relation to a NATO summit in Bucharest which debated FYROM’s membership, “breached its obligation” […]

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