Macedonian PM: Likely Solution To Name Dispute With Greece In June

FYROM has “no alternative to NATO and the EU”

Macedonia, Greece Close to Ending Decades-Old Dispute Over Name

"We have discussed one [specific] solution to the name dispute that could be acceptable for both sides, but we need to have further discussions in our countries", Zaev told reporters, without disclosing the option.

According to Capital.bg, Zaev revealed that he and Tsipras agreed on a solution, but they will have to consult with their cabinets.

The PM of FYROM is meeting his Greek counterpart, Alexis Tsipras today, in what is believed to be the turning point to the ongoing dispute between the two countries, regarding the use of the term "Macedonia" in the former's name.

Athens has blocked Macedonia's attempts to join North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and the European Union over the 27-year row over the name of the former Yugoslav republic, which according to Greece, allegedly implies territorial clams over the Greek northernmost province of the same name.

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