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.
An MP from Greece's neo-fascist party caused uproar after calling on the military to arrest the president, prime minister and defence minister.
Local inhabitants believe progress in Macedonian-Greek negotiations on solving the name issue will bring about the re-opening of the border
Senior ministers meeting in Athens resolve to settle the long-standing dispute over FYROM’s name within six months.