Macedonian, Greek PMs reach no agreement on name row.

By bne IntelliNews June 17, 2010
Macedonian PM Nikola Gruevski and his Greek counterpart George Papandroeu met at an EU summit to discuss the deadlock in the name dispute and expressed commitment to find a mutually acceptable solution, local media reported. The two prime ministers also discussed regional and economic issues. The disagreement between the two countries on Macedonias official name has so far resulted in veto over Macedonias NATO accession and problems in its EU integration talks.

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