With only three months to go before a critical NATO summit in Bucharest that could potentially approve the admission of new members, the foreign ministers of Greece and Macedonia/FYROM continued to press for resolution of the bilateral Name Dispute that has long held up both NATO and EU accession for Macedonia/FYROM.

Meeting on April 11 and 12 at the lakeside Ohrid resort town in southwestern Macedonia/FYROM, both sides again attempted to close the substantial list of outstanding issues but m...


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