FYROM


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FYROMFormer Yugoslavian Republic Of Macedonia
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Northern Greece, with a tourism industry built around Alexander, has resented the competition, and politicians in Athens have long feared cultural claims would lead to territorial ones; Greece and Fyrom alike have put "Welcome to Macedonia" signs on their sides of the border.
NORTH WALES COAST MATCHES Sep 3 - Hestrafors 1-1 (Harper); Sep 1 - Eastern Region 1-2 (Hay); Aug 30 - South East FYROM 0-1.
El problema es que FYROM, insistiendo en la adopcion de un nombre que usurpa la verdad historica y cultural de Macedonia, esconde reivindicaciones territoriales e irredentistas frente a Grecia.
At the time of the alleged crimes, the police units under the command of Tarculovski formed part of the Ministry of Interior of FYROM.
Greek Foreign Affairs Minister George Papandreou, who was among the first to visit Skopje and offer support, said that Greece was prepared to participate in a multinational force aiming at protecting FYROM.
On the basis of reports from camps in FYROM, refugees also were assessed for selected conditions (e.
Anastasiades has taken flak after an apparently throwaway remark on Wednesday when, talking about the negotiations between Greece and Fyrom over the latter's name, he said:
Palacevski addressed the participants of this event depicted irredentist symbols and a map of fYROM that included Greek territory.
Todor Pendarov in Utrinski vesnik comments that while we are in the audience watching from aside and cheering for the "ours", foreigners (EU and USA) will work to finally solve the biggest and most fundamental issue and that is FYROM which should be solved by the next summit of NATO scheduled for June and July next year.
Ask FYROM President" was the phrase this television channel used inviting viewers to ask questions, without receiving any consent from President Ivanov.
In their draft resolution, MEPs call on the enlargement commissioner to assess the costs of non-enlargement, including the main risks for the FYROM if the status quo is maintained.
Last Friday, Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov declared that his country does not agree with FYROM calling itself "Republic of Northern Macedonia" as a way to resolve the name dispute.