By far the most interesting development related to the Name Dispute between Greece and Macedonia/FYROM this week was the departure in stealth mode of former Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski from Skopje and his sudden request for political asylum in Hungary.
Had the hardline nationalist Gruevski remained in power past 2017, the Prespes Agreement signed in June could not have happened. In Greece, main opposition party New Democracy expressed fears on November 12 that the constitutional amendments...
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