Photo Source: SAE-World Council of Greeks AbroadNegotiations are continuing on a long-term-one-name-for-all-uses solution.
Without an acceptable solution it will be very difficult if not impossible for FYROM to be admitted to the European Union and NATO, as well as other International Organisations.
Recently, while the Prime Minister of FYROM, Mr Gruevski was in Australia, another front in the battle for survival was opened up, with Bulgaria this time. Why?
Doesn't FYROM want a solution?
Why don't it's leaders sit down and work out something with it's neighbours for the benefit of all parties concerned, but primarily for the benefit of it's own people? What is there to gain from such an intransigent attitude?
Click on the photo to read what Greece's position is.