Macedonian, Greek positions on name dispute remain unchanged.

By bne IntelliNews March 26, 2010
The positions of Macedonia and Greece regarding the name dispute remained unchanged after a meeting of PM Nikola Gruevski with his Greek counterpart George Papandreou in Brussels , local media reported. Foreign minister Antonio Milososki commented that the two parties confirmed their positions, which are very different, and discussed the issue in general. The name dispute between the two countries has resulted in Greece vetoing Macedonia s accession to NATO. Greece has also brought up the issue in regard to Macedonia s preparation for EU accession talks.

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