its official eu says first name then eu

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mr large

Mansfield, MA

#1 Dec 11, 2012

NOT CHANGING THE POSITION OF THE EU
Condition for Skopje to resolve the name issue
Tin welcomes the fact that the current Council of EU foreign ministers decided to keep open the prospect of EU accession countries, stressing that the resolution of the name issue is a condition for FYROM to start the accession negotiations of expressed from Brussels, Foreign Minister Dimitris Avramopoulos.

Foreign Minister Dimitris Avramopoulos talks with Foreign Minister of Latvia Rinkeviks Edgar (left) and the Irish Foreign Minister, Eamonn Gilmore

Mr. Avramopoulos stressed to reporters that the enlargement of the EU on Greece is one of the most important EU policies and "tool consolidation of peace, stability, security and development" at a time when, as stated, "we an upsurge of nationalism in many Balkan countries. "

Referring specifically to the Macedonian Foreign Minister said that for the first time today by the Council of EU ministers decided unanimously and explicitly solve the name issue is a precondition for opening accession negotiations and criteria for maintaining good neighborly relations with Greece.

More specifically mentioned in the conclusions of the Council will assess the future, based on the Commission's report will be published next spring, the steps of Macedonia to reach a settlement in the negotiations on the name issue, under the auspices UN and that accession negotiations will start only after reaching a settlement.
mr large

Mansfield, MA

#2 Dec 11, 2012
did you really think you were going to win?
zika

Asia/Pacific Region

#3 Dec 11, 2012
mr large wrote:
did you really think you were going to win?
good now we can go on to creat the great republic of bulgaria ,including solun hahah
Miss Macedonia

Greece

#4 Dec 11, 2012
zika wrote:
<quoted text> good now we can go on to creat the great republic of bulgaria ,including solun hahah
Solun is in Mongolia!Go there and create your state;)
samostojna MK

Canberra, Australia

#5 Dec 11, 2012
EU afraid of truth. EU part of powers who sugested division of our land. We will not sucomb to liers and thives, To EU, Up your nose with a rubber hose!
Professor Kuzman

Melbourne, Australia

#6 Dec 11, 2012
"Only the sun is older than Macedonia".

My country is glorious and the EU has lost an opportunity to benefit from our highly advanced civil structures.

We remain fully committed to the European idea and look forward to the day when we can teach efficiency to the Germans, funds management to the Dutch, art to the Italians, fine dining to the French and history to the Greeks.

Professor Kuzman
From somewhere near Gradsko, where I'm closing in on the tomb of Alexander the Great.
samostojna MK

Canberra, Australia

#7 Dec 12, 2012
Professor Kuzman wrote:
"Only the sun is older than Macedonia".
My country is glorious and the EU has lost an opportunity to benefit from our highly advanced civil structures.
We remain fully committed to the European idea and look forward to the day when we can teach efficiency to the Germans, funds management to the Dutch, art to the Italians, fine dining to the French and history to the Greeks.
Professor Kuzman
From somewhere near Gradsko, where I'm closing in on the tomb of Alexander the Great.
I think the history of the Greeks can be told in 10 minuts.
Somewhat boring eavening, I think.
MAKEDONIA ALWAYS GREECE

Thessaloníki, Greece

#8 Dec 12, 2012
samostojna MK wrote:
<quoted text>
I think the history of the Greeks can be told in 10 minuts.
Somewhat boring eavening, I think.
http://youtu.be/H6aFucV9EtM
Fyrom Timeless never shame ful just shameless!
MAKEDONIA ALWAYS GREECE

Thessaloníki, Greece

#10 Dec 12, 2012
samostojna MK wrote:
EU afraid of truth. EU part of powers who sugested division of our land. We will not sucomb to liers and thives, To EU, Up your nose with a rubber hose!
http://youtu.be/H6aFucV9EtM
You afraid the truth SkopianoBulgare!
Nothing can save you.
mr large

Mansfield, MA

#11 Dec 12, 2012
Professor Kuzman wrote:
"Only the sun is older than Macedonia".
My country is glorious and the EU has lost an opportunity to benefit from our highly advanced civil structures.
We remain fully committed to the European idea and look forward to the day when we can teach efficiency to the Germans, funds management to the Dutch, art to the Italians, fine dining to the French and history to the Greeks.
Professor Kuzman
From somewhere near Gradsko, where I'm closing in on the tomb of Alexander the Great.
professor did the chinese steal the great wall from ancient fyrom? and why do you wear 4 watches?
mr large

Mansfield, MA

#12 Dec 12, 2012
samostojna MK wrote:
EU afraid of truth. EU part of powers who sugested division of our land. We will not sucomb to liers and thives, To EU, Up your nose with a rubber hose!
eu is only afraid of fyro the silly nation. come on other than you and kuzmen who believes your bullshit?
mr large

Mansfield, MA

#13 Dec 12, 2012
by the way drop the m and your new name is republic of fyro
MAKEDONIA ALWAYS GREECE

Greece

#14 Dec 12, 2012
mr large wrote:
by the way drop the m and your new name is republic of fyro
http://bit.ly/USeoIL
To eides auto File?
mr large

Mansfield, MA

#15 Dec 12, 2012
MAKEDONIA ALWAYS GREECE wrote:
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http://bit.ly/USeoIL
To eides auto File?
i saw it yesterday but didn't want to pile on with the eu's kick in the balls and all. we greeks are good people after all.but today is another day. please print it for all to see. they can add the french to the list of nations who think they are insane
Professor Kuzman

Bentleigh East, Australia

#16 Dec 12, 2012
mr large wrote:
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professor did the chinese steal the great wall from ancient fyrom? and why do you wear 4 watches?
Dear Sir, the magnificent structure originally known as Great Wall of Scupi was built between 600BC and 200BC. When it was completed it was regarded as engineering masterpiece and the only humanoid structure to be clearly visible from Middle Earth. The original wall was exactly 9,100km long.

Contrary to popular belief, the structure was actually 13 walls built one on top of each other. The reason for this was simple. My ancient former Yugoslav nation has a perimeter of 700 km. Emperor Hirohitov of the Mingov Dynasty wanted to protect our ancient civilization from outside influences so the wall actually wrapped over itself thirteen times (the number derived from the ancient scriptures).

The Chinese were so captivated by our wall, they made the Emperor’s daughter Quin Shi Huangovka an offer to buy the wall, which we agreed. After lengthly negotiations, we settled for a faux 5 Series BMW, ten knock off Lacoste polo shits and three dozen yellow plastic helmets. The Emperor had the wall dismantled stone by stone by Greek slaves and shipped to the port of Tianjin in Viking ships captains by drunken Norseman.

Secondly, I find watches to be the mark of manhood and an expression of style and a certain sophistication. For your information, none of the four watches are set to the correct time - regrettably, the batteries on my white Swatch and rather chunky G Shock need to be replaced but I’ve been too busy to get to the shoe repairer, my imitation Tissot I bought for US$3 from a fat gypsy in Sutka stopped working in 1987 and my digital Bill Clinton look alike Timex is set one hour forward to keep up with delusional Greek Historians.

Yours Truly,
Professor Kuzman
Professor Kuzman

Bentleigh East, Australia

#17 Dec 12, 2012
samostojna MK wrote:
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I think the history of the Greeks can be told in 10 minuts.
Somewhat boring eavening, I think.
Yes, I have often thought the same thing. I could never reconcile why the world’s finest centres of learning have for centuries dedicated entire facilities to study something that can be taught in 10 minutes. It simply makes no sense.

Remember 'only the sun is older than Macedonia' and take the yellow pills before the blue ones.
mr large

Mansfield, MA

#18 Dec 12, 2012
Professor Kuzman wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, I have often thought the same thing. I could never reconcile why the world’s finest centres of learning have for centuries dedicated entire facilities to study something that can be taught in 10 minutes. It simply makes no sense.
Remember 'only the sun is older than Macedonia' and take the yellow pills before the blue ones.
dear professor kuzman, if 40% of fyrom's population is muslim and the remaining 60% holds a bulgarian passport, where are the macedonians?
dear professor, why would the fyroms invest so much energy trying to undue consensus rules requirements of nato and eu when nothing has changed in twenty two years?
dear professor, how should fyrom be partitioned?
Professor Kuzman

Melbourne, Australia

#20 Dec 12, 2012
mr large wrote:
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dear professor kuzman, if 40% of fyrom's population is muslim and the remaining 60% holds a bulgarian passport, where are the macedonians?
dear professor, why would the fyroms invest so much energy trying to undue consensus rules requirements of nato and eu when nothing has changed in twenty two years?
dear professor, how should fyrom be partitioned?
Mr Large, I am an archaeologist and a watch aficionado. I do not usually entertain political questions, but I will make an exception in third case.

In answer to your questions:

1. In Greece and in countries where the Greek diaspora lives.

2. Because if you don’t get it, you never will.

3. The question of what to do with the F.Y.R.O.tba is not new. The Ottomans had two territories for these lands, the Vilayet of Kosovo with its capital Uskub (modern day SkoPPywood) and the Vilayet of Monastir with its capital Monastiri (modern day Bitola). The Ottomans never considered them one territory. The Ottomans were also very good at conducting population counts and we know that these territories were inhabited mainly by Albanians, Bulgarians, Greeks, Aroumanians, and Tobeshi Turks. After the Balkan Wars the warring nations and the Great Powers agreed to apportion the lands according to historical realities and along ethnic lines. Regrettably they did not get it completely right. The rump of the F.Y.R.O.tba was (and still is) inhabited by Albanian Kosovars in the north/west and Bulgarians south/east. However, Bulgaria and Albania were in no position to expand their boundaries after the Balkan Wars. So the land won/claimed by the Serbs was swallowed into the Kingdom of the Slovenes, Croats and Serbs, where it was generally known as Southern Serbia (as was Kosovo). Marshall Tito would later devise a hilarious hoax to amuse himself and the educated Yugoslav elite and as we know a few hundred thousand peasant herdsman in Vardar Banovina actually fell for it. Josip was a fkn funny cat.

In summary, I could care less how, when and by whom the F.Y.R.O.tba is partitioned. But going back to a common border between Greece and Serbia makes sense.

I am more interested in finding the tomb of Alexander the Great which I know is somewhere around Gradsko. I am also keen to buy a bright blue Casio G Shock so if you see one on ebay, please send me and email addressed to MANU.

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