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NIMETZ: NO NEW PROPOSAL, JUST IDEAS



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UN mediator on name issue Matthew Nimetz said Tuesday in Skopje that he hasn't brought a new proposal, but several ideas for moving the negotiation process forward.

- I haven't brought a proposal. I believe it is very important to talk and see how far we have gone. However, I have some ideas for advancing the process. I believe it is very important to speed up the talks and make certain decisions, Nimetz said prior to his meeting with Foreign Minister Antonio Milososki.

- The matter is well-known and you cannot expect some magic to resolve it. You should be aware of the problem's complexity and settle it, which requires political action from both sides, Nimetz said, expressing belief that the two countries could settle the row for a short period of time.

Commenting his decision to visit Skopje and Athens after a seven-month break, Nimetz said now was the right time to do this.

- A long time has passed since the election of new Greek Government and I am looking forward to talk with them. We have been arranging these meetings for a while and now is the good time for me to come. The international community really wishes to see a solution to this matter, which is not only bilateral and regional, but also multidimensional, Nimetz said.

This afternoon, Nimetz is scheduled to meet President Gjorge Ivanov, and tomorrow Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski. He is heading for Athens on February 26.

The UN envoy last visited Skopje and Athens last July after which he froze talks due to the elections in Greece. Although he announced their continuation right after the Greek government's composition, there were no public activities in the past few months. Nimetz's office has said there were separate communications with the two sides, but would invite them at a joint meeting "if and when he believes, or when both sides believe it could be useful".


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Macedonia will never change its name. Macedonia 4 the Macedonians

We have always been Macedonians and Macedonians we will be forever.

If Macedonia changes its name you would have Serenaded our Identity and our Heritage. Greece is not losing anything they dont have to change a thing we already changed our flag and now our countries name. Macedonians dont Believe these people they dont care about us or our country how do we know if we change our name we will enter nato and the eu. We Still have to hold Talks they might just say no after all this Actions speak Lowered then words. We are not guaranteed anything don't be fooled. Its all a set up for us to change our name we will never enter nato and eu wake up. They dont want us in if they did we would have been in already because the other countries would have worked harder to make it happen not to just say we support you. These obsticals are not even valid they dont apply to become a member but it only applies to us. Read Between the lines they dont want us in.


Macedonians forever.

Macedonians wake up. We have been Macedonians for over 4000 years and we are just going to give up our Identity just like that. Come on be strong we dont need these clubs. If we work hard and stay united we will be strong. United we stand Divided we fall.


Macedonians forever

Stop all name talks now and put your mind on the country Macedonia does not need this right now. Macedonians have to work hard to save svety naum church from the floods. Macedonians wake up and care about your country stop this madness who cares about the eu or nato i dont see them helping us now whear are they.

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