Macedonian, Greek negotiators to meet UN mediator on January 27.

By bne IntelliNews January 4, 2011
Macedonian state news agency MIA reported that UN mediator in the name dispute between Macedonia and Greece, Matthew Nimetz, will meet with negotiators from the two countries, Zoran Jolevski and Adamantios Vassilakis, in New York on January 27. This information was confirmed for the agency by officials of the Macedonian foreign ministry. Last week, foreign minister Antonio Milososki stated that they have accepted immediately Nimetzs proposal for a new meeting, while the Greek response was being waited for. On January 1, Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov said that Nimetz was expected to boost the process and a solution to the dispute to be found at last. Ivanov was quoted as saying, "We believe a solution will be found and that is why we take part in the process. We are always constructive and provide our proposals."

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