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Macedonia name deal opens doors to Western expansion (13.06.2018)

The doors to further Western expansion in the Balkans have been thrown wide open by a seeming breakthrough on the Macedonia name dispute. The 'Republic of Northern Macedonia', the solution to the 27-year old disagreement, was unveiled by Greek and Macedonian leaders following their phone talks on...

Macedonia plans autumn referendum on new name (30.05.2018)

Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev says that talks between Macedonia and neighboring Greece on his country’s name are in a “final” phase, adding that a referendum on whatever solution is found will be held in the autumn.

Zaev cites agreement with Greeks on 'Ilinden Macedonia' name (19.05.2018)

Macedonia's prime minister says his administration has reached an agreement with Greek leaders on a new name for his country, possibly ending a decades-long dispute between the Balkan neighbors. Prime Minister Zoran Zaev on May 19 said that "Republic of Ilinden Macedonia" has been agreed to as the...

Macedonian president refuses again to sign bill boosting Albanian language (15.03.2018)

Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov has refused for a second time to sign legislation passed by the parliament to expand the official use of the Albanian language, in a move that could set off a renewed political crisis in the small Balkan nation.

Second round local elections held in environment respecting fundamental freedoms – OSCE (30.10.2017)

The second round of mayoral elections in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia were competitive and respect for fundamental freedoms contributed towards conduct of democratic elections, the observers from the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) concluded in a...

Municipal elections competitive, fundamental freedoms respected, observers say (16.10.2017)

The holding of the 15 October municipal elections in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia contributed to strengthening confidence in the democratic process, international observers concluded in a preliminary statement released today.

OSCE/ODIHR opens observation mission for municipal elections in Macedonia (13.09.2017)

[…] The mission is led by Ambassador Audrey Glover and consists of a core team of 16 experts based in Skopje and 20 long-term observers, … . In addition, ODIHR will request that OSCE participating States provide 300 short-term observers, who will arrive several days before election day.

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