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Makedonetz 01-25-2011 09:16 PM

Does Gruevski & Co have the bullocks to do this?

George S. 01-25-2011 11:04 PM

They are determined to capitulate ie to compromise on the name,Thats what the traitors propose to do & they are doing it regardless.

fyrOM 01-26-2011 10:34 AM

[I]We will see if there is a capitulation or not on the name issue but things will intensify this year.
Is this the silencing of one avenue of information as things heat up…also with no workers there no one can see some news being covered up.[/I]

[B]William Hejg gave approval for closure of the Macedonian and other sections of the World Service BBC BBC[/B]


London, January 26, 2011 (Reuters) - The head of British diplomacy William Hejg said today that he gave consent to the closure of programs in Macedonian, Albanian and Serbian, and English for the Caribbean and Portuguese to Africa as part of measures to Saving the World Service of the BBC's Alex Last, MIA reports from London.

Participating in the debate in the House of the British Parliament, the Minister Hejg said such a measure had to be made because the BBC BBC can not be excluded from the general austerity measures in budget expenditures and explained that the three Balkan edits the other two had slushanost total of 3.5 million people. Compared with all these sections, the program of Russian language is noticed an increase in traffic on the Internet site in Russian service for 120 per cent, while in the programs of the Chinese language has a big jump between Chinese living outside China.

In sharp debate, lawmakers from the Labor opposition that included several former ministers and members of the governments of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown, he noticed the foreign office and the minister Hejg programs are closed on three versions of the languages of the Balkans, although they total cost of World Service BBC I do not participate or with 0.5 per cent. Former Europe minister Denis Meksejn Hejg him against her on that closes the sections of the Macedonian, Albanian and Serbian, even before Macedonia and Serbia to join the EU, at a time when Albania has increased internal instability.

Hejg but believes that the current coalition government doing less "sin" of the Labour government, which in 2006 agreed to close ten European programs. He acknowledged that had to be scrapped 650 jobs in the World Service BBC BBC to save 46 million pounds per year, offering an alternative company to develop the service there since 1932, through the transfer of language programs Internet.

Opposition and ruling coalition lawmakers insisted it was wrong that the main thrust of the plan for saving the Foreign Office is transferred to the World Service BBC that because of this I paid the highest price despite announcements by the Government and the Minister that the service Hejg foreign languages must not be destroyed.

fyrOM 01-26-2011 10:45 AM

[B]FM Milososki: Dialogue for trust building[/B]


Prague, 26 January 2011 (MIA) - In light of the February meeting of mediator Matthew Nimetz with Macedonian and Greek negotiators in New York, Macedonia expects confirmation of the countries' commitment to the UN-led process and continuation of dialogue, as well as elimination of the feeling over the process marginalization, says Foreign Minister Antonio Milososki in an interview with Radio Free Europe.

He adds that Macedonian negotiator, ambassador Zoran Jolevski has been summoned to Skopje for instructions over the country's stance for commitment to resumption of the dialogue and building trust with Greece, resulting in a solution to the bilateral dispute.

Pertaining to the coming meeting with Greek counterpart Dimitris Droutsas in Montenegro, FM Milososki says is would be good if the meeting tackled other issues besides the name row, such as bilateral economic cooperation, elimination of double taxation, as well as opening of new border crossings.

With regards to events in Albania, FM Milososki assesses they are not good both for the country and the region, but does not expect any implications on Macedonia or other neighbors.

Makedonetz 01-26-2011 01:00 PM

Macedonia's FM went to Prauge aswell to strengthen talks between our country's We dont need the EU or the UN we need ourselves and look out for our own not someone elses approval.

Papandreaous, Droutsas, and everyone else can go fly a kite

Makedonska_Kafana 01-26-2011 01:48 PM

- Greek PM not optimistic over swift name settlement


George S. 01-26-2011 04:31 PM

it's like trying to negotiate with hitler.As the country's view(greece) will never change that's why they are waiting on a compromise.

George S. 01-26-2011 04:48 PM

In answer to that makedonetz i don't think gruevski & co have the balls to tell the greeks off & tell them to end the name negotions.

Makedonetz 01-26-2011 05:41 PM

George S

I can't fatham Gruevski sitting next to papandraou at the negotiation table and listen to this idiot talk like they have a clue about our culture. Gruevski looks like a man of stature and power he should tell greece what he really thinks. Gruevski needs to think back how much Krva our forfathers have spilled on Egej soil and tell them we are Macedonians don't like it then yebese. Seeing Gruevski family is from Egej you would think he would have some more passion in seeing there is no negotiations when it comes to greece.

makedonche 01-26-2011 10:21 PM

So the Greek PM is not optimistic............ care factor..0 , about what he thinks or doesn't think!

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