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First Greece-North Macedonia Ministerial Meeting Takes Place in Athens

The first meeting of the Special Inter-ministerial committee of Greece and North Macedonia took place in Athens on Monday. Greece's Alternate Foreign Minister Sia Anagnostopoulou...

Greek Parliament Ratifies FYROM’s Accession to NATO

Greek members of Parliament approved on Friday evening the accession of FYROM -- which will now be known as "The Republic of North Macedonia"...

Russia Claims Prespa Agreement ”Imposed From Outside”

Moscow has voiced its criticism of the vote taken in FYROM's parliament regarding the Prespa Agreement, accusing the West on Monday of trying to unlawfully...

Zaev Delays Crucial Debate to Lobby FYROM MP’s

Zoran Zaev held discussions on Thursday with F.Y.R.O.M.'s opposition M.P.'s in hopes of persuading them to vote in favor of his Constitutional amendments. The premier...

FYROM’s Parliament To Start Final Debates on Constitutional Amendments

The Parliament in Skopje begins a new, final round of debate today before the deciding vote on the constitutional amendments drawn up by the government...

Benaki Museum Hosts Exhibit on Greek Architect Who Built Skopje in 1960’s

Constantinos Doxiadis was a Greek architect who played a crucial role in the rebuilding of the city of Skopje in 1963 following a devastating...

Moscow Accuses Washington of “Unjustifiable Interference” in FYROM’s Domestic Affairs

The Russian Foreign Ministry has some tough words for American Assistant Secretary of State John Sullivan, the ministry accused the United States of anti-Russian...

Anger Over “Macedonian Language” in Greek Schools

Greece angrily responded to a statement allegedly made by Prime Minister of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), Zoran Zaev that in the future the...

Flights From Greece to FYROM Resume After 12-Year Pause

The first direct commercial flight between Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) in 12 years took off on Thursday evening. The Olympic...

Russian FM: U.S. Behind ‘Unfair Vote’ in Skopje

The Russian Foreign Ministry, commenting on the parliamentary vote that took place in Skopje on Friday, blamed the United States for the "unfair vote"...

FYROM’s Collapse Would Be Worst-Case Scenario for Greece Says Greek FM Kotzias

''There can be no policy that is better for the future of the Balkans than cooperation between Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of...

FYROM’s Opposition to Support Constitutional Changes If Referendum Approved

Hristijan Mickoski, the leader of the main opposition VMRO-DPMNE party in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, speaking with journalists of broadcaster TV21, said...

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