Greece complain to EU over FYROM’s decision to name Alexander the Macedon Museum

8 November 2015
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The decision of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) to rename the archeological museum of Skopje to “Alexander the Macedon” museum has angered Greek officials who are set to complain to the EU and UN. FYROM had made the move just two days after the first round of talks on confidence-building measures, thus undermining negotiations.

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