The newly-named Republic of North Macedonia has today signed a pact that will pave the way for it to join NATO.
Euronews brought you the latest news and updates as they happen this morning.
Police in Athens fired tear gas at crowds of protesters who had gathered outside parliament on Thursday to express anger over the proposed name change of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia to the Republic of North Macedonia.
Here is our round-up of key stories from across Europe so far today.
Protesters took to the streets Greece at a rally opposing the negotiations concerning neighbouring FYR Macedonia's name change to North Macedonia.
Tens of thousands of Greeks rallied in Athens on Sunday to protest ahead of next week's parliamentary vote to ratify a name deal with FYR Macedonia
Thousands of protesters gathered in Athens over a name deal with neighbouring Macedonia
FYROM's former prime minister, Nikola Gruevski, has been granted asylum in Hungary, the Magyar Idok newspaper reported on Tuesday.
A passenger route between the capitals of FYR Macedonia and Greece has resumed 12 years after it was halted due to Greek objections over the name of its Balkan neighbour.
The demonstrations were over a deal which would allow the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia to call itself the Republic of North Macedonia - ending a decades-old row about the country's name.
Angela Merkel says a controversial name-change deal would pave the way for Macedonia's membership of the European Union and NATO.
FYR Macedonia's foreign minister promises to send a fresh batch of tomatoes to anyone who supports his country's bid for EU membership.