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Latest Nikola Poposki Items
The article published Feb. 6 by The Washington Times titled "Macedonia complains Greece is 'irrational' " needed more context. The foreign minister of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), Nikola Poposki, accusing Greece of being irrational is the result of mirror-imaging. The issue of instability in his country is the result of bad governance by the Slav-led majority, endangering the stability of the entire region.
Greece is being "irrational" in opposing Macedonia's bid to join NATO because it objects to the country's name, the Balkan nation's foreign minister says.