FYROM


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FYROM

abbreviation for
(Placename) Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
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In Fyrom itself, however, the dominant view - fostered throughout the existence of Josip Broz Tito's Yugoslavia and by later nationalist governments - is that the country has a distinct national identity and full rights to the Macedonia name.
The implementation of the solution, according to Nimetz, will arise from the combination of the provision of a report by the UN Secretary General to the Security Council, a resolution to be passed by the Security Council based on the agreement, a ratification of the solution by the UN General Assembly, a bilateral agreement between Athens and Skopje, and 'mandatory, credible and irrevocable national procedures' by FYROM 'including through verification in the Parliament and Government and, if necessary, through other legal measures'," the Greek paper explains.
Anastasiades has taken flak after an apparently throwaway remark on Wednesday when, talking about the negotiations between Greece and Fyrom over the latter's name, he said:
DATELINE: 16 -18 AUGUST 2015, GEVGELIJA, FYRoM /PRESEVO, SERBIA
North Wales Coast, who qualified for Macedonia by defeating Gwent County FA in the televised Welsh final, took on South East FYROM in the opener and matched their quality, creating some good chances, and could feel really aggrieved not to pick up at least a point.
Para entender la problematica que se ha suscitado con FYROM (Former Yugoslave Republic of Macedonia), hay que recordar la historia: el reino de Macedonia -- que es una palabra griega -- fue un Estado de la Antiguedad, en el norte de la actual Grecia, formando parte de la herencia nacional e historica de Grecia, que se consolido en el siglo V a.
On the morning of 12 August 2001, Ljuboten came under an intense combined attack from police, under the command of Johan Tarculovski, and from the FYROM army.
Dusko Doder's assertion, in "Balkans Breakdown" [April 30], that Greece was against the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia's (FYROM) existence is erroneous and unfounded, especially in light of Greece's continuous support for FYROM during the Balkan crisis.
Refugee processing centers were established in FYROM and the United States.
FYROM was the compromise, but it now seems the government of Greece has reached some agreement over the name with its neighbour, despite the opposition of a section of the population.
We condemn the participation of fYROM's Consul General in Toronto, Jovica Palacevski, in an irredentist event, a participation that constitutes yet another violation by fYROM of the Interim Accord, which requires abstention from any action supporting territorial claims.