Post Tagged with: "interim accord"

Macedonia News : FYROM’s Hypocrisy on Car Plates Stickers

Macedonia News : FYROM’s Hypocrisy on Car Plates Stickers

Macedonia News - During the last days the FYROM’s foreign minister made a particularly cynical complaint to Greece. This was after Greek border authorities began placing stickers on FYROM cars that have license plates with the country designator MK. Particularly the FYROM’s Foreign Minister called the action “illegal and a pointless provocation.” The complaint was cynical and awkward because Greece has […]

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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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Agreement that FYROM Has No Territorial Claims proposed FYROM’s Professor

Agreement that FYROM Has No Territorial Claims proposed FYROM’s Professor

The Irredentist Map of “Greater Macedonia” published by the FYROM’s Diplomat (Photo @ Proto thema) FYROM News - A written agreement in front of Nimetz that FYROM has no Territorial Claims (!), has never (!) broken the Interim Accord and does not insist on holding the exclusive right to the Name (!), proposed to FYROM government, Professor Toni Deskovski according to FYROM’s Media. The proposition took place during the […]

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Article by Foreign Ministry spokesman Delavekouras in the Athens “Sunday Ethnos” (7 April 2011)

Article by Foreign Ministry spokesman Delavekouras in the Athens “Sunday Ethnos” (7 April 2011)

Recent days have seen a re-emergence of the issue of a Greek withdrawal from the Interim Accord. In fact, the ‘failure’ of the Karamanlis and Papandreou governments to withdraw from the Interim Accord with FYROM has been called “criminal neglect of national interest”. This view was expressed in November of 2008, seven months after NATO’s Bucharest summit and following the […]

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Skopje is celebrating for the blunder of our defense lawyer!

Skopje is celebrating for the blunder of our defense lawyer!

Skopje are referred to as Macedonia on the website of the law firm to which the British professor James Crawford is working, hired by the Foreign Affairs ministry to defend the Greek positions on the International Court of Justice in Hague. In fact, the Skopje appeal against Greece for violation of the Interim Agreement is being tried these days! The […]

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Macedonian News – Another Violation of the Interim Accord by FYROM’s Regime

Macedonian News - Another Violation of the Interim Accord by FYROM’s Regime

The so called pious commitment of Skopje to the express provisions of the Interim Accord continues. The Photo was found at BGeyes. Milososki, a few days ago may have officially denied that Skopjeans violated the Interim Accord, but the facts that expose him are undeniable. We present visual documentation from the speech made by the Prime Minister of FYROM, Nikola […]

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American Hellenic Institute (AHI) letter to the Secretary of State Hillary Clinton

The Honorable Hillary Rodham Clinton U.S. Secretary of State U.S. Department of State 2201 C Street. NW Washington. DC 20520 Dear Secretary Clinton: We write on behalf of the nationwide membership of the American Hellenic Institute (AHI), and in accordance with promoting the best interests of the United States, in order to express our serious concerns regarding the […]

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Press release by the International Court of Justice on the Application of the Interim Accord case

Press release by the International Court of Justice on the Application of the Interim Accord case

Application of the Interim Accord of 13 September 1995 (the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia v. Greece) The Court authorizes the submission of a Reply by the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and a Rejoinder by Greece, and fixes time-limits for the filing of these pleadings THE HAGUE, 16 March 2010. The International Court of Justice (ICJ), the principal judicial […]

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FYROM Press and disinformation

FYROM Press and disinformation

The FYROM press has already started its disinformation (see below)*: They have published that the International Court of Justice (ICJ) decisions are binding. The truth is that they are not. The reason behind the FYROM press statements is disinformation to the people in the FYROM, but also all over the world that Greece does not abide by the ICJ rules. […]

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Ενημέρωση από τον εκπρόσωπο του ΥπΕξ Γ. Δελαβέκουρα / Briefing by Foreign Ministry spokesman G. Delavekouras

Ενημέρωση των διπλωματικών συντακτών από τον Εκπρόσωπο του Υπουργείου Εξωτερικών κ. Γρηγόρη Δελαβέκουρα (Αθήνα, 12 Νοεμβρίου 2009) Κα Κ. ΦΡΥΣΣΑ: Θα ήθελα ένα σχόλιό σας για τις πρόσφατες δηλώσεις του Σκοπιανού Προέδρου, του κ. Ιβανόφ σχετικά με το θέμα της ονομασίας και τις ψυχροπολεμικές σχέσεις της με την Ελλάδα. κ. Γ. ΔΕΛΑΒΕΚΟΥΡΑΣ: Πριν πω για τον κ. Ιβανόφ θα ήθελα […]

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