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Letter from World Pan-Macedonian Associations to the German Chancellor Angela Merkel

Letter from World Pan-Macedonian Associations to the German Chancellor Angela Merkel

WORLD PAN-MACEDONIAN ASSOCIATIONS Communication: Nina Gatzoulis Coordinator of the Committee of World Pan-Macedonian Associations Email: [email protected] September 3, 2014 Bundeskanzlerin Angela Merkel Willy-Brandt-Straße 110557 Berlin Germany Dear Madame Chancellor, We, the worldwide representatives of about 3.5 million Macedonians, (Greeks originating from Macedonia in Greece), would like to highlight our interest in statements made by you at the recent Western Balkans […]

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Heusgen: Gruevski’s Nationalistic Policies Do Not Make Things Any Easier

Heusgen: Gruevski’s Nationalistic Policies Do Not Make Things Any Easier

Christoph Heusgen,  head of the department for foreign, security and development policy of the German Government, spoke about the Name Issue at the first conference of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Berlin. As Deutsche Welle reports, Heusgen stated that the name issue is high on German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s agenda, eventhough perhaps it does not seem so. He added that the German […]

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Merkel to Gruevski : Resolve the Name Issue otherwise no opening of negotiations with EU and NATO

Merkel to Gruevski : Resolve the Name Issue otherwise no opening of negotiations with EU and NATO

Berlin – German Chancellor Angela Merkel met today with FYROM’s PM Nikola Gruevski. Besides bilateral cooperation in the focus of discussion were the FYROM’s Euro-Atlantic aspirations. According to today’s Dnevnik, before the meeting FYROM’s officials considered very important for Germany to assess whether it should push for the initiative for FYROM’s membership of NATO under the reference of FYROM. However, Merkel urged Greece and […]

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Merkel’s Nato ‘veto’ comments were about Russia, not Greece, Athens told

Merkel’s Nato ‘veto’ comments were about Russia, not Greece, Athens told

When German chancellor Angela Merkel hit out at “old-fashioned thinking” by those who used their vetos to block new members from joining Nato, she was referring to Russia and not Greece, her aides have assured Athens. The assurances were a sequel to Greek media reports that Athens had been “irked” by what it suspected was a reference by Merkel to […]

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