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Showing posts with label FYROM news. Show all posts
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Thursday, 21 April 2016

EU cancels Vienna talks on FYROM crisis (Bulgarian media FYROM name propaganda)

The European Union has cancelled what were intended to be talks bringing together the FYROM [*] major parties to resolve that country’s current crisis, after major opposition party SDSM insisted it would not attend the meeting that had been planned for April 22 in Vienna.

Saturday, 22 August 2015

Friday, 26 April 2013

FYROM news: Sculptors Earn Fortunes From Revamp of Skopje (Skopje 2014: New Statue Complex Honours "Ancient Greek" Heroes)

Statue Complex Honours "Ancient Greek" Heroes

A recent report reveals the millions of euro paid in fees to the sculptors involved in the revamp of the capital called "Skopje 2014".
For the first time since the launch of the project, the government on Monday presented an official financial report, which confirmed rumours of the hefty fees paid to the sculptors.

Valentina Stevanovska, author of some of the main statues that form part of the project, including the equestrian statue of Alexander the Great, one of his father, Philip, as well as a triumphal arch, earned 2.9 million euro in fees, the report showed.

Like many of her colleagues involved in the project, Stevanovska was a complete unknown before being awarded commissions to design the grand statues.

Tuesday, 8 January 2013

Nimetz Starts New Push For F.Y.R.O.M. ‘Name’ Deal

The UN mediator in the FYROM-Greece ‘name’ talks, Matthew Nimetz, is visiting Athens and Skopje, bringing fresh proposals for a solution to the dispute.
Officials in Athens and Skopje expect the UN mediator in the longstanding dispute over FYROM's name - to which Greece objects - to put forward some fresh ideas.

Prior to Nimetz’s arrival in Greece, the Greek Foreign Minister, Dimitris Avramopoulos, said his country aimed for a solution that would respect each side's history and culture and strengthen regional stability and security.

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