Gruevski: Wir wissen wer wir sind!
Erstellt von Zoran, 24.09.2011, 20:36 Uhr · 783 Antworten · 32.307 Aufrufe
Das klingt aber dramatisch formuliert.
Zitat von Гуштер
Ich dramatisiere gerne, je mehr desto besser.
Zitat von Yunan
Deafening Silence in Greece after Gruevski's speech at the UN
Tuesday, 27 September 2011
There are no comments in Greece after Gruevski's speech at the UN. This in fact, marks the first time official Athens or their media has refrained from making any statements, comments or opinions after a speech by a Macedonian Politician at the UN or anywhere else.
In previous occasions, Greek politicians would flood the airways with opinions and statements, critiquing ever word of a speech by a Macedonian politician. None of that this time. There were only a handful of newspapers who simply translated Gruevski's speech titled "We are Macedonians". No comments or analysis was provided.
MINA's Gorazd Velkovski says "they can't afford to comment".
- For over 15 years official Athens lied, lied some more, came up with interesting and at times clever distortions, but all of that came to a big nothing. Money and resources were wasted only to see more nations recognize Macedonia. Even pathological liars are bound to get tired. Greece will continue to wage 'disinformation' battle as they had done in the past, but official Athens knows it is to no avail. PM Gruevski put it very nicely, 'imagine the Americans, the Russians, Argentinians, Chinese, Kenyans changing their name because their neighbour told them to'. Not going to happen!
MINA Breaking News
Gruesvkis Worte wurde heute von Erdogan, der auf einem 2 tägigen Besuch in Makedonien weilt, bestätigt
Erdogan: Macedonia has natural right to use name, Greek stance unreasonable and unjust
Skopje, 29 September 2011 (MIA) - Macedonia has a natural right to use its constitutional name under which it became an independent state. We see the Greek position as unreasonable and unjust. We cannot comprehend any additions such as upper, lower or northern. We live in a global world where peace and understanding should prevail, said Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan at Thursday's joint press conference with Macedonian counterpart Nikola Gruevski.
Erdogan urged for Macedonia's deserved place in NATO and EU, saying that Turkey would continue to support the country in the European and Euro-Atlantic integration process.
Pertaining to Macedonia's efforts for EU membership, the Turkish PM stressed that the country makes swift progress, promotes stability and prosperity, implements its commitments, and that is why it will become part of the EU sooner than Turkey.
The two PMs stressed Macedonia and Turkey do not have any open political issues, close bilateral cooperation will be enhanced, whereas commercial-economic cooperation and exchange will intensify.
PM Gruevski emphasized the excellent bilateral relations, which is best confirmed through the Agreement on Strategic Partnership.
He thanked Turkey for its strong support to Macedonia's NATO accession, as well as the respect of the identity and the constitutional name.
Erdogan said both countries have mutual history and culture, recognized through friendship among people.
Gruevski and Erdogan agreed that economic cooperation and commercial exchange, which amounts to approximately US$ 400 million in 2011, could intensify.
Turkish PM Erdogan, who pays a two-day official visit to Macedonia, is set to meet later today with President Gjorge Ivanov and Parliament Speaker Trajko Veljanoski, as well as DUI leader Ali Ahmeti.
In addition, the PMs' wives Borkica Gruevska and Emine Erdogan will visit children's embassy "Megjasi" in Skopje.
Wen interessiert Erdogans Meinung, der dreht sowieso total am Rad.
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