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From these suggestions, the names with a geographical indication - the Republic of Upper Macedonia and the Republic of Northern Macedonia for the Albanian side are categorically unacceptable because in the original and in the translated variant they touch upon the interests of third parties, the territorial integration of the two neighboring countries, the Republic of Bulgaria and the Republic of Albania, as well as the national identity of the Albanians in Macedonia.
Concession 1: Macedonia was admitted into the UN under the name "the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia" which has lasted for 25 years.
Kotzias is leading talks with Macedonia to resolve the dispute over its name, which has frustrated Macedonia's ambitions to join Nato and the European Union since the 1990s.
In 1991 the country, neighbouring the province, became known as The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia - or FYROM - after declaring independence, reported the Sky News.
On the morning of November 28, 2017 local time, Premier Li Keqiang met with Prime Minister Zoran Zaev of Macedonia at the hotel where he stayed in Budapest.
The British Embassy in Macedonia hosted The Queen's 90th Birthday Party on 16 June in Skopje.
Macedonia and the United States enjoy a cooperative relationship across a broad range of political, economic, cultural, military, and social issues.
In Ivanov's opinion, the people of Macedonia are tired of the blockade of Macedonia's European integration and the indecisiveness of the Council of the EU.
The European Commission will require from Macedonia to establish a amedia culturea, according to publications by Macedonian newspaper.
The Republic of Macedonia, a tiny landlocked country of just over 2-million people and one of the successor states resulting from the disintegration of the former Yugoslavia, has been seeking accession to the European Union for almost the past decade, without any success.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoy-lu is on an official visit to Macedonia starting from Thursday, meeting with top level Macedonian officials.