In the latest press release from Venizelos's Office, it is stressed that Greece is not happy with the provisional reference of former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia either.
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Kostovska writes that if the Czech were called the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, they would rebel immediately.
The Strumica Region in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is vulnerable to heat waves, often resulting in fires in the forests surrounding the city.
The Acceding Country Croatia, the Candidate Countries Turkey, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Iceland and Serbia, the Countries of the Stabilization and Association Process and potential candidates Albania and Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the EFTA countries Liechtenstein and Norway, members of the European Economic Area, as well as Ukraine and the Republic of Moldova align themselves with this declaration.
According to a Commission press release, "the recommendations on Albania, Kosovo and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia as well as the imminent accession of Croatia, the recent start of accession negotiations with Montenegro and candidate status for Serbia -- on the basis of clear indications of what is needed to open accession negotiations - show that once reforms are made, the EU delivers on its commitments".
We agreed that an invitation will be extended to the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia as soon as a mutually acceptable solution to the name issue has been reached.
The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia can become the next hot spot in the world.
The former Yugoslav republic of Macedonia wants to join a pipeline planned by Gazprom and Eni SpAs that will carry Russian natural gas across the Black Sea through Bulgaria to western Europe.