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Skopje conference on building bridges between Greece, fYRoM

Skopje conference on building bridges between Greece, fYRoM

SKOPJE (ANA-MPA / N. Frangopoulos) Academics from the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (fYRoM) and Greece took part in a one-day conference here entitled “We jointly build bridges”. Participants from both countries noted that in order to eliminate stereotypes and correctly evaluate developments and whatever problems existing in the two countries’ societies, a better acquaintance and cooperation between the two […]

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Professors to melt the ice between FYROM and Greece

Professors to melt the ice between FYROM and Greece

Skopje. Intellectuals, professors and journalists from FYROM and Greece will try to melt the ice in the relations between the two countries at a round table organized Tuesday in Skopje, FYROM’s Utrinski vesnik writes. The name issue will not be discussed at the news conference entitled “Together-building bridges” but the human rights and freedoms, the edition reads. The debate will be held […]

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Bulgarian Professor: “The ancient Macedonians are part of the Bulgarian history”

Bulgarian Professor: “The ancient Macedonians are part of the Bulgarian history”

  “The ancient Macedonians are part of the Bulgarian history”. These are the words of Associate Professor Plamen Pavlov, lecturer at the Veliko Tarnovo University of Sts. Cyril and Methodius, in interview to FOCUS News Agency.     Plamen Pavlov along with Lyudmnil Spasov had published a book entitled “Macedonia, Bulgarian land” where they promoted similar absurb claims connecting modern Bulgarians […]

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A Greek response to Victor Friedman’s views on Macedonia and Balkan multilingualism

                           Ime romeos e xeuro plus glose                                    Fazio degli Uberti, Il Dittamondo, 3.23.36 March, 2009 In his interview on Balkanalysis.com (12/14/2008) [1], Linguistics professor and Balkan Studies scholar Victor Friedman portrays Greeks as a most undemocratic and oppressive nation, from ancient to present time, and places the role of Greece in the Balkans in a most negative light. The core […]

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