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Albania ranks low in World Bank ‘Getting Electricity’ list

Albania ranks low in World Bank ‘Getting Electricity’ list

Balkans.com Correspondent in Tirana - 26.10.2009 Albania ranks 110th of 140 countries for access to electricity, the World Bank reported in its 2009 list (www.doingbusiness.org). A business needs 162 days to receive a power connection in Albania after application involving five procedures. Albania comes second to last in the region after Montenegro (48), Croatia (49), Greece (66), Serbia (68), FYR […]

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EU enlargement, revisionism and nationalism

By Dr. George Voskopoulos In international affairs scholars have long scrutinized the issue of conflict and coop-eration among state actors. These directly or indirectly refer to the issue of war and peace. Revisionist states are unsatisfied with the territorial status quo and use all means available to pursue what they see as valued ends. In south-eastern Europe this has been […]

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Salaries in Romania and FYROM are the lowest in Southeast Europe

Skopje. Economy crisis and significant decreasing of the national currencies value led to drop in purchase power of the people in Southeast European states, FYROM’s online edition Kirilica informed, basing on Raifaizen bank analysis. According to the analysis the crisis had affected the most citizens of Hungary, which in March earned about EUR 400 or with 20% less compared to […]

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Newspaper “Ellinikos Vorras”, 1950 – Repatriation and List with names of the 922 Greeks from Romania

Newspaper “Ellinikos Vorras”, 1950 - Repatriation and List with names of the 922 Greeks from Romania

The scans from “Ellinikos Vorras” speak on their own and provide a death blow to FYROM’s propaganda regarding the Greek “Deca Begalci”. Contrary to the illusions of the history falsificators from FYROM, even the names of the 922 persons repatriated from Romania, verify THEY WERE ALL GREEKS and had NOTHING TO DO WITH SLAVS!!

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Skopjan myth about Deca Belgaci exposed – Testimony of Irene Damopoulou Part II

Skopjan myth about Deca Belgaci exposed - Testimony of Irene Damopoulou Part II

THE CRY OF IRENE The true story of a young girl, Irene Damopoulou from Kastoria, in western Macedonia, that began during the years of the internal Greek conflict (1946-1949) By Ioannis Bougas …………………………………………………………………………………. …………………………………………………………………………………. “Paidomazwma” - “Children Gathering” A Short time after my uncle […]

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Skopjan myth about Deca Belgaci exposed - Testimony of Irene Damopoulou

Even if the entire world acknowledges the Abducted Children during the Greek civil war were Greek, Skopjans have invented through years another falsification of history, claiming that all these children were “Slavomacedonian”. Here is an excempt from the book “I foni tis Irinis” by Ioannis Bougas, where one of those Greek children, the self-witness Irene Damopoulou shatters FYROMian propaganda with […]

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