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EUROBALKAN: END NEGOTIATIONS WITH GREECE



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Immediate stop to all negotiations with Greece, suggested today the 'EuroBalkan' Institute. If for one or another reason Macedonia stays in this 'negotiations' the red line is of technical nature and nothing less than a double formula can be accepted, says 'EuroBalkan'.

Nimetz, the Institute says, has gone out of his mandate given to him by the UN.

"Macedonia has the legitimate right to leave all negotiations at once, because these 'negotiations' are first - unlawful, they are breaching the UN Charter and Convention, the UN itself has broken its own Charter, and lastly Greece had breached the Interim Agreement", says Jovan Donev of "EuroBalkan".

Nimetz's so called proposals are only articulations of Greece's wishes. It is clear, Greece is seeking geographical name for all use. We don't have a partner to negotiate with, says Donev, adding - Macedonia is under a special war.

Calling for exclusivity on history, history only known to Greece as a basis to negate the right of self identification of an independent nation can become a very dangerous precedent.

For Mr. Donev, an inclusion of the albanian political factor in the name negotiations is a simple political marketing, while calling the scenarios and blackmails for 'destabilization' of the country if the name dispute is not solved quickly as 'ridiculous', a scare tactic used by the opposition for 20 years.

'EuroBalkan" does not expect any progress in the name negotiations until the end of the year.


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hey this man is right listen to him he knows what he is talking about stop negotiations with greece right now.

you cant reason with people that cant be reason with.

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Greece is 4 the Greeks and thats that end of story.

Macedonia should not have to give up its right to call it self what it wants our parents and Grandparents have been calling them selves Macedonians for 1000s of years you cant just take this away from these people its not fear.

Macedonia is one of the oldest names in history its even a Biblical name St Paul Apostole walked to macedonia and lived in Ohrid and his words he said the Macedonians are the friendliest people he has ever met. and Ohrid is in Macedonia its not in Greece.

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