OHRID TO HOST MEETING OVER NAME DISPUTE
Macedonia and Greece will resume the UN-mediated talks on name differences in Ohrid on 21 January. The new round of talks will be mediated by the UN envoy Matthew Nimetz, Radio Voice of America's Macedonian news said.
According to information from the office of the UN Secretary General's spokesman, Macedonian Foreign Minister Antonio Miloshoski will open the talks on the name issue and related themes. This is first in a series of meetings announced by UN mediator Matthew Nimetz during his latest visit of the region, a brief statement says.
If any progress is made in Ohrid, the next meeting will take place in Greece. The Greek-Macedonian talks on name differences regularly took place at the UN Headquarters in New York.