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PM Gruevski: Macedonia ready for name row settlement, expects Greece to demonstrate equal will

22. August 2011. | 07:47

Author: MIA

Macedonia is ready for finding a solution to the name issue, as it is in the country's interest, Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski told reporters on Sunday in Vevcani.

Macedonia is ready for finding a solution to the name issue, as it is in the country's interest, Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski told reporters on Sunday in Vevcani.

Asked to comment the statement of DUI leader Ali Ahmeti, who at the conference, dedicated to the Framework Agreement, urged for more intensive international community's engagement in resolving the dispute, Gruevski said such suggestions were being presented at regular basis.

"We have been participating in all communications, contacts under the UN auspices and we wish for more efforts to be made in finding a solution (to the name row), as it is in the interest of our citizens, country. Naturally we expect from Greece to demonstrate such will and believe that it is going to be the case," Gruevski said.

Referring to Macedonia's road towards the EU membership, Gruevski considers that the country has made serious progress, which justifies his expectations for positive European Commission's report.

"There is a serious progress, which is also acknowledged by Brussels officials," Gruevski said.

The government, he said already had and would have yet another session, dedicated to all details related to Macedonia's Eu-integration process.

He voiced belief that state institutions would complete their job for the EC fortcoming report on Macedonia's progress towards the EU membership to be positive.

"Naturally, it also depends on those who prepare it. Our sentiment is based on what we have accomplished thus far, as well as on the contacts we have had with (Brussels) officials, who say that the report is going to be positive as the Government and institutions have wrapped up most of their work to that effect," Gruevski said.


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22. August 2011. 14:30:43

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Say no to negotiations with greece

Say yes to UNITED MACEDONIA with SOLUN as the capital

23. August 2011. 19:35:14

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NO to FYROM using the Greek name of Macedonia......


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