Macedonia, Greece wrap up two-day name dispute talks, new round expected soon.

By bne IntelliNews January 31, 2013
UN name dispute mediator, Matthew Nimetz, and Macedonian and Greek negotiators, Zoran Jolevski and Adamantios Vassilakis, have completed a two-day round of talks in New York, state news agency MIA reported. Nimetz said at a press conference that they discussed the essence of the issue and the talks involved matters difficult for both parties. However, no additional details about the discussions were disclosed. Nimetz also announced that a new round of talks in the same format will be held. Vassilakis commented that it may take place within a month and a half in New York or at a neutral location in Europe. The Greek name negotiator added that another possible scenario may involve visits of Nimetz to the two countries.

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