Macedonia gets diplomatic properties of former Yugoslavia in Canberra, Athens.

By bne IntelliNews July 4, 2011
The states successors of former Yugoslavia have agreed on the first allocation of its diplomatic properties, Macedonian state news agency MIA reported. According to the first allocation, Macedonia obtains the embassy in Canberra and the consulate in Athens. The next allocation will be carried out in September. The allocation of properties in OECD countries is to be completed by mid-2012 and will be followed by negotiations for properties in Africa, Asia and other parts of the world.
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