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Greece Awaits Ruling on Macedonia Name Dispute

The International Court of Justice decision on the 5th of November is expected to favour FYROM concerning Macedonia's Name Dispute.  In an application filed in November 2008, FYROM claimed that Greece violated its rights by objecting to its application...

FYROM Economy Minister Turned Mobster on Screen

FYROM Economy Minister Valon Saraqini is playing the role of an Albanian mafia boss in a Greek-FYROM movie. The movie of Greek director Menelaos Karamargiolis "Just Another Confused Elephant" is expected on the big screen in 2012. In it, Macedonia's Economy...

FYROM Relies on Greek Government to Fix Name Issue

The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia hopes that the newly appointed Greek government will be ready to put an end to the longtime dispute over the use of the name Macedonia the two countries have. "I believe that the new...

FYROM’s Name Dispute With Greece Left Aside Due to Rapid Developments

Rapid developments in the financial and political status of Greece within the past few months have led to the postponement of the solution of the name dispute between the two neighboring countries, stated Nicola Gruevski during his interview to...

Kilkis Loses 4 Million Euros Due to Market of Skopia

According to the Association of Kilkis, the loss of the economy of Kilkis amounts to 4 million Euros per month because the residents resort to the markets and casinos of FYROM. Casinos, petrol, and dairy products of much lower cost,...

Greeks in Toronto Against Bob Rae

According to a letter sent by the chairman of the Greek Community of Toronto, Nikonas Georgakopoulos, the Community expresses a strong opposition to the temporary leader of the Liberal Party, Bob Rae, due to the salutation of the Independence...

Letter to Merkel By Macedonians: "Don't Call Macedonia FYROM"

 By calling FYROM “Macedonia” on a Croatian TV Channel, Angela Merkel provoked Macedonian Unions' protest who sent her a letter urging her to be more careful when using the term, noting that Macedonians culturally and historically are Greeks. The Bavarian issue was used as...

Scopian Goalkeeper: There Can Be No Other Macedonia!

Martin Bogatinov, Scopian goalkeeper of the Karpaty Lviv team,  two days before playing in Touba, Thessaloniki with the Greek football team PAOK, made provocative statements on the official website of the Ukrainian team he will be playing. He said that Greece...