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March 4, 1994 | WILLIAM D. MONTALBANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In contentious Greece today, national unity and regional divisiveness are summarized in a single invented word: Fyrom. Anyone headed for Athens should brace for a preoccupation with Fyromic intentions and laments about the inability of Greece's allies to understand the Fyromonian problem in its true dimension.
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NEWS
March 4, 1994 | WILLIAM D. MONTALBANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In contentious Greece today, national unity and regional divisiveness are summarized in a single invented word: Fyrom. Anyone headed for Athens should brace for a preoccupation with Fyromic intentions and laments about the inability of Greece's allies to understand the Fyromonian problem in its true dimension.
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NEWS
December 28, 1992 | Reuters
Greece said Sunday that it will try to stop the U.N. Security Council from recognizing the former Yugoslav republic of Macedonia, which it accuses of harboring expansionist ambitions. Foreign Minister Mihalis Papaconstantinou said Greece is launching a campaign of diplomatic shuttles and letter-writing to try to deny Macedonia the nine or more "yes" votes it needs in the 15-member Security Council for recognition.
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December 28, 1992 | Reuters
Greece said Sunday that it will try to stop the U.N. Security Council from recognizing the former Yugoslav republic of Macedonia, which it accuses of harboring expansionist ambitions. Foreign Minister Mihalis Papaconstantinou said Greece is launching a campaign of diplomatic shuttles and letter-writing to try to deny Macedonia the nine or more "yes" votes it needs in the 15-member Security Council for recognition.
NEWS
January 17, 1992 | WILLIAM D. MONTALBANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
What's in a name? Altogether too much if the name is "Macedonia" and it is the Greek government that contemplates it. This week, with European countries recognizing some of the republics seceding from the splintered Yugoslav federation, Greece ordered its consulates to deny visas to all applicants claiming Macedonian nationality. Like Slovenia and Croatia farther north, Macedonia, southernmost of Yugoslavia's six republics, asserts its independence.
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January 17, 1992 | WILLIAM D. MONTALBANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
What's in a name? Altogether too much if the name is "Macedonia" and it is the Greek government that contemplates it. This week, with European countries recognizing some of the republics seceding from the splintered Yugoslav federation, Greece ordered its consulates to deny visas to all applicants claiming Macedonian nationality. Like Slovenia and Croatia farther north, Macedonia, southernmost of Yugoslavia's six republics, asserts its independence.
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