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CONGO WILL NOT CHANGE POSITION ON NAME



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The Permanent Mission of the Democratic Republic of Congo to the United Nations yesterday sent a note to the Macedonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, confirming that their position regarding the name of the Republic of Macedonia remains unchanged and thus observing the joint Communiqué, which laid the foundations for the countries’ diplomatic relations in 1999.

MoFA told MIA that DR Congo’s response is a result of intensive diplomatic contacts between countries’ officials in the past few days.

Foreign Minister Antonio Milososki yesterday sent a letter to his Congolese counterpart Antipas MBusa Nyamwisi in which he expressed gratitude to the Government of Congo for using the constitutional name of Macedonia together with other 125 countries in the world, including USA, Russia, China, Brazil, Great Britain…, hence observing the right for determining own name and identity.

As of this month, India, one of the most influential Asian countries, also uses Macedonia’s constitutional name in bilateral communication.

The Government of India on Oct. 6 informed the Macedonian MoFA that the newly opened Macedonian Embassy to New Delhi was registered in the state diplomatic protocol under the constitutional name, instead of the reference Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.

With this, MoFA estimates, the euphoric diplomatic success of official Athens was proved to be short-lived. In the past few days, Athens revealed false successes of its attempts to work out a change in the use of Macedonia’s constitutional name from other countries. The Greek offensive came to a halt in DR Congo, a country for which the southern neighbour claimed it would use the interim reference FYROM in the future.



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OPA! I love it how the athenian govt. lies to it's citizens, and the citizens continue to tow the line of insanity. I wonder what my friend gailturd will cut and paste in this thread. How will he defend the lies of the athenian government. I can't wait to see!

As i have mentioned before: The Macedonian name will never die!

Greetings,
Your Macedonian friend

Announcement regarding attempts by FYROM's Foreign Ministry to disseminate misinformation regarding Panama, Mexico and Congo’s stance on the name issue
Athens , 20 October 2008

With today’s announcement by the Foreign Ministry of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, the government of Mr. Gruevski is trying in vain to continue the operation of disseminating misinformation that it has been carrying out lately.

It is obvious that the government of Mr. Gruevski did not get the message from the latest repudiations from NATO and the Russian Foreign Ministry.
This is why, today, instead of any other answer to this new attempt to disseminate misleading information, we quote the official diplomatic announcements signed by the representatives of the governments of Panama, Mexico, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.


Joint Press Statement of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Greece

(Quebec, 18 October 2008)

The Minister of Foreign Affairs & International Cooperation of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Mr. Antipas Mbusa Nyamwisi and Deputy Foreign Minister, Mr. Yannis Valinakis, met today in the city of Quebec, on the sidelines of the 12th summit meeting of “La Francophonie” Organisation.

Both men expressed their satisfaction with the good relations that exist between the Democratic Republic of Congo and Greece, and discussed ways to further improve and deepen these relations in the political, economic, and cultural sphere.

The two Ministers also discussed topical issues of particular regional importance. It is within this framework that Mr. Valinakis briefed Mr. Mbusa Nyamwisi on developments regarding the name issue of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. Mr. Mbusa Nyamwisi pointed out that the government of the Democratic Republic of Congo fully supports UN efforts with a view to finding a mutually acceptable solution on this issue, and assured Mr. Valinakis that, as long as the process for finding a solution is pending, the Democratic Republic of Congo shall refer to our neighbouring country as the “Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia” in all of its bilateral and international relations, in accordance with Resolutions 817/93 and 845/93 of the UN Security Council.

What's the matter greeks, worried that recognition of Macedonia is nearing 2/3rds majority within the UN????


Hello Republic of Macedonia in the UN.

Goodbye little greeks with big lies!

NO NATO NO EU FOR FYROM

OHLI REN

Pseydobanana donians

Pseudomacedonians,
(pseudo- in ancient and modern macedonian/greek means fake... for you Slavs that ofcourse don't understand the real macedonian language...)
except the pseudoinformation for your existence as ''macedonians''(here we laugh!!!), miserable BulgariSlavs... you now continue with pseudo- information about foreign policy!!!
Panama, Mexico and Congo, officially anounced to stop using the new pseudo name but the old one, FYROM.
Greetings from a MACEDONIAN

@18:25

You brainwashed turk, those countries still recognize us as ROM. You greeks bent over for nothing. (Now we laugh!!)

GISLTOURIDIS: You are such a racist pig stuck in a time tunnel.
You give good Greek's a bad name.

Get a life

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