NATO’s 29 members and the soon-to-be-renamed Republic of North Macedonia signed the country’s NATO Accession Protocol in Brussels on February 6. Since the Name Dispute with neighbouring Greece is largely resolved at least until the next Greek elections, this protocol launches a process that may take a full year and will eventually make the Republic of North Macedonia the Alliance’s 30th member.
In Athens, the Greek Parliament debated and approved February 8 the NATO Accession Protocol for Nor...
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