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MKDMinimum Keyboard Display (navigation requirement; equipment standard)
MKDMalakand (Pakistan)
MKDMgaloblishvili, Kipiani, Dzidziguri (law firm; Tbilisi, Georgia)
MKDMedisch Kleuter Dagverblijf (Dutch: Medical Daycare Kindergarten)
MKDMacedonia (former Yugoslav Republic of) Denar (currency code)
MKDMortal Kombat: Deception
MKDMacedonian Denar (currency)
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To help take the pressure off of Macedonia, members of the NATO alliance have agreed to resettle nearly 100,000 on a temporary basis.
In the category of tax payment, Macedonia ranks 7th with 94.
Howitt also attended the 12th meeting of the European Union-Republic of Macedonia Joint Parliamentary Committee.
In addition to Macedonia, the project is being implemented in Albania and Montenegro as well," said Jelisaveta Georgieva - executive director at the Economic Chamber of Macedonia.
Why does the policy of disappointment on your part lead to a cold peace between Bulgaria and Macedonia, and there are no contacts between the two nations?
Shea said that 55,000 people crossed into Albania on Friday alone and that 290,000 Kosovo Albanians had fled into Albania, Macedonia and Montenegro in the past 10 days.
According to Standard & Poor's, Macedonia will end this year with an economic growth rate of 3.
We are fully devoted to our goal to join NATO, which is something Macedonia deserved long time ago, at least before 2008 until the name dispute was imposed to Macedonia as a burden, if it wasn't for that Macedonia would have already realized this goal", stressed Poposki.
A day earlier, during his visit to Belgrade, at his meeting with Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, Tusk stressed that the EU worked on protecting its external borders in Greece and on deploying FRONTEX troops along the Greek border with Macedonia to register migrants and perform screening.
Austrian companies are interested in Macedonia although the country is a small market.
NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg said Macedonia was an important partner to the Alliance and a candidate country for NATO membership, and that the Alliance was committed to helping Macedonia on its way to full-fledged membership.
More information about Macedonia is available on the Macedonia Page and from other Department of State publications and other sources listed at the end of this fact sheet.