UN name mediator visits Macedonia, Greece.

By bne IntelliNews February 24, 2010
UN mediator Matthew Nimetz is visiting Skopje to discuss resuming the talks on the name dispute with Greece . After meeting with Nimetz, President Gjorge Ivanov said the country is committed to resolving the issue. The statement of foreign minister Antonio Milososki after talking to Nimetz was that they both hoped to use a constructive and proactive approach or at least make a progress in the negotiations. PM Nikola Gruevski said regarding Nimetzs visit that the country is willing to use a constructive approach in finding a solution. Nimetz will also visit Greece on February 26.

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