PRESPES, Greece/ BITOLA, Macedonia (Reuters) - Greece and Macedonia defied protests and set aside three decades of dispute on Sunday as they agreed on a new name for the Balkan state, potentially paving the way for Macedonia’s admission to the European Union and NATO. The foreign ministers of...
President Gjorge Ivanov (pictured) said the agreement gave too many concessions to Greece. He added that 'the unborn are deprived of the right and pride to be... MailOnline - Front PageAlso reported by •Reuters •FT.com
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Skopje protesters clashed with riot police and climbed police vehicles during a demonstration against the possible renaming of Macedonia on Sunday, June 17. This video from Radio Free Europe.. Rumble -
Hundreds of protesters gathered in the Macedonian capital of Skopje on Sunday, June 17, following the signing of an agreement to rename the country. The foreign ministers of Greece and Macedonia met at.. Rumble -
On Sunday Reuters reported that Greece and Macedonia have agreed on a new name for the Balkan state, potentially paving the way for Macedonia’s admission to the European Union and NATO. The foreign.. Wochit -