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Old 07-27-2017, 07:42 AM   #11
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Bulgarian Parliament ratified the agreement 206-0.

https://www.mkd.mk/makedonija/politi...vo-so-bugarija

When 100% of Bulgarians want something with regards to Macedonia...you know that it's probably not in the interest of Macedonia.
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Old 07-27-2017, 08:15 AM   #12
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Poposki from DPMNE:

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In terms of interests, as we have noted, there are common and different interests, and in the area of ​​common interests it is that EU and NATO membership is what does not merge and what we should look at. Regarding the different interests, it is worth mentioning that they want to insert a common history with Bulgaria that is not in the 1999 declaration, and even more so with the introduction of a commission that will become a stopping point for our EU membership. At the same time, Bulgaria's interest is to provide a guarantee from the Macedonian side for non-interference in the interior of Bulgaria.

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What is important to distinguish in this context is that France and Germany do not argue about history. Neither France disputes Germany on the particularity of the language or the people, nor vice versa Germany to challenge France for the distinctiveness of people and language. If we agree that this is the model on which European integration is based, that model should be applied equally among today's countries, one of which is part of the EU, and for the other Bulgaria has pledged to support it to become a member, Poposki says .
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Old 08-01-2017, 08:06 AM   #13
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Today, Zaev signed the agreement with Borisov. Zaev stated that all issues are now closed.

That's not what his party leader predecessor thought. Zaev is making Crvenkovski's time look like the good old days for Macedonian patriotism and national interests:

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- The unwillingness in Bulgaria to recognize the distinctiveness of the Macedonian people and the distinctiveness of the Macedonian language creates doubt. I claim that if this issue is solved and can be resolved only by the Bulgarian side, respecting this right that at that moment, no reserve, currently and in the following, I do not know how many years, decades or centuries in the relations between the two countries, The two peoples will no longer exist, said Sofia's Branko Crvenkovski, the then leader of the Social Democrats during a visit to Bulgaria for meetings with the Bulgarian political leadership.

He opposed the agreement with Bulgaria if the Macedonian language and the Macedonian nation are not recognized. Unlike him, the current Zoran Zaev is now planning to sign an agreement that has far greater significance than the agreement that Crvenkovski once stood up against and asked Bulgaria to recognize our nation and language.
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Old 08-01-2017, 08:13 AM   #14
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Oh FYROM, where is Macedonia.
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Old 08-01-2017, 08:19 AM   #15
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Macedonia is only left in the hearts and minds of a few people in that country...
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Macedonia is only left in the hearts and minds of a few people in that country...
I think that's in a lot of countries these days Vic....even in Australia with all this political correctness going around these days you can't say boo without getting yourself into trouble...and further to that its the prostitutes I mean politicians that will do anything for a vote...its the way of the world now..

My question is why isn't there anyone in Macedonia that is willing to turn around and give everyone the bird and say no more???
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While I don't necessarily agree with Ivanov on the first point, I'm glad he said it.

“In order to create conditions for prosperity in our globalized world, it is necessary to be part of the European Union and NATO. It was precisely the membership that was supposed to finally allow us to achieve complete freedom. However, on that road, we, as a state, are being blackmailed. No other member state on its European path has faced such issues on which we spend our time, energy and patience on, and on a daily basis. No such demands were made to other member states, what have been required of us, denying us the right to human dignity and self-identification”, said Ivanov.

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Old 08-05-2017, 08:56 PM   #18
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I'm sure this is a victory Zaev and the " friendship treaty" supporters will celebrate -- Bulgaria recognizes that Macedonia has an official language.

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The term of the contract is two years. The Justice Ministry specified that the estimated volume of pages to be translated amounts to nearly 20,000. The Ministry of Justice expects the interpretation to last 2240 hours. The subject of the order includes the provision of translations in groups of languages ​​as follows: First group - English, French, German, Italian, Spanish; Second Group - Russian, Portuguese, Greek, Turkish, Hungarian, Romanian, Polish, Slovak, Slovenian, Czech, Serbian, Croatian, the official language of the Republic of Macedonia, Moldavian; Third group - Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Flemish, Albanian, Arabic, Hebrew, Chinese, Finnish, Indian, Japanese, Korean, Armenian, Ukrainian. Where necessary, other languages ​​may be requested in the course of the procurement.
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Old 08-05-2017, 08:59 PM   #19
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Of course, that non-recognition of the Macedonian language is political and not due to "linguistic" truth is painfully obviously. For example, Serbian and Croatian and Slovak and Czech and Norwegian and Swedish are all closer related to one another than Macedonian is to Bulgarian.
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The official language of the Republic of Macedonia is Albanian and "the other language" now.
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