The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is seeking the extradition of its convicted ex-leader Nikola Gruevski, who has been allowed to claim refugee status in Budapest.
#Bojkotiram — can a group without a leader change minds and keep the name 'Macedonia'?
Greek police fire tear gas at demonstrators protesting the agreement reached by Greece and Macedonia to resolve a dispute over the former Yugoslav republic's name in Thessaloniki.
Moscow is accused of trying to subvert the Balkan nation’s push to join NATO and the EU, amid a strategic tug-of-war.
FYROM Prime Minister Zoran Zaev speaks to Euronews
The President of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia; Gjorge Ivanov said on Tuesday he will not sign an accord settling a decades-old name dispute with Greece, paving the way for the Balkan nation's accession to the European Union and Nato.
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An MP from Greece's neo-fascist party caused uproar after calling on the military to arrest the president, prime minister and defence minister.
As FYROM makes the switch to polymer banknotes, find out whether plastic or paper banknotes are better for the environment.
EU Commission gives green light, now needs OK from member states
Jean-Claude Juncker says the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia must resolve its long-standing naming dispute with Greece if the country wants to open EU membership talks
Local inhabitants believe progress in Macedonian-Greek negotiations on solving the name issue will bring about the re-opening of the border
Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Kotzias speaks exclusively to Euronews about the decades-long 'Macedonia' dispute.
Thousands of Greeks turned out in Thessaloniki to show their anger over the use of the name 'Macedonia' by neighbouring FYROM as Athens and Skopje seek a solution to the long-running row.
Senior ministers meeting in Athens resolve to settle the long-standing dispute over FYROM’s name within six months.