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Ban Ki-moon to engage personally in name row settlement
Ohrid, 25 July 2012 (MIA) - UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said early on Wednesday he would engage personally with Greek authorities over accelerating the process of the name row settlement. After meeting with President Gjorge Ivanov in Ohrid, the UN chief also said he would work on the respect of the International Court of Justice ruling.
"We will invest maximum efforts in talks with Greek authorities. Immediately after the visit, I will send my special envoy Matthew Nimetz to Greece in order to brief authorities over the talks held here. I will personally try to contact Prime Minister Samaras in order to help in the acceleration of the process. It is unfortunate that two neighboring countries have not managed to fully use their potentials for regional cooperation, reconciliation and development. The UN will do everything in their power to facilitate the process. This is a long-standing problem. We are aware of the International Court of Justice ruling and will take into account all aspects", said Ban Ki-moon.
President Ivanov confirmed that the meeting focused on all issues regarding the Interim Accord and ICJ ruling implementation, as well as UN's expected engagement over their observance.
"I asked the Secretary General to urge the Greek authorities in his communication for respect of the international law, as well as respect of the Hague ruling, since this is the most authoritative legal institution in the world. What would happen if we do not respect the court's judgments? Therefore I stressed that Greece should abide by the framework stipulated in the UN resolutions and the Interim Accord. I was assured that the UN SG will refer to these issues at the first available opportunity, urging the new Greek government to respect what it has voluntarily undertaken as an obligation", said Ivanov.
The other side, he added, should demonstrate constructiveness and political will for a mutually acceptable solution, refrain from undermining through dragging of the talks and going into other issues touching the sphere of individual human rights, self-identification and human dignity.
"This framework is defined by the UN and we believe that the Macedonian language and identity represent an indisputable fact and reality and are thus not subject to any negotiations. Therefore, we wait on our southern neighbor at the negotiating table, in order to build our mutual presence and future, extending our hand of friendship and good neighborly relations", stressed President Ivanov.
Regarding the Hague ruling, he said the Court had verified Macedonia's policy in the issue, whereas the judgment should serve as an incentive for settlement of the name row, a settlement harming no one, a solution that will not violate dignity, but bring back trust between the two nations, the two states, contributing to a different perspective of the entire region.
Pertaining to certain ungrounded attempts to present Macedonia as a threat to peace and stability, President Ivanov said the country has, over the past 20 years, proved itself as factor of stability in the region.
"Our past actions deny all absurd accusations of poor neighborly relations and theses of territorial pretensions. We have been constructive and responsible to all neighbors, showing initiative in regional cooperation and consistency towards international commitments. Guided by these UN principles, we have been loyal and credible partner of the United Nations, managing to prevent an internal conflict and solving all problems peacefully", he added.
Ivanov and Ban Ki-moon also tackled regional developments, Kosovo events and Macedonia's chairmanship over the Southeast European Cooperation Process (SEECP).
The UN chief has departed for Skopje, where he is scheduled to meet with Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski and Parliament Speaker Trajko Veljanoski, as well as deliver an address at the Parliament.
Der Präsident der Bewohner Fyroms hat Kosovo aufgefordert die
"30 000 muslimischen Mazedonier" in die Verfassung einzufügen
|Ban Ki Moon: You don't compromise with your Name
|Wednesday, 25 July 2012
The UN Secretary General is enjoying his visit to Macedonia, during his walk in Ohrid could be overheard saying - Macedonia, beautiful Macedonia...
Ban Ki Moon wasn't shy on his knowledge on Macedonia either. In front of journalists he proclaimed he has known about Macedonia and its rich history since his student days, except in Korea they called it "Makedonia". -The first time I saw the word 'Macedonia' was at the UN in the United States, since then I say Macedonia too, said Ki Moon.
As expected, the main topic of discussion was the name dispute with Greece.
The real bombshell came when journalist from Kanal 5 asked the UN Secretary General about the right to self identification. Ban Ki Moon responded that the right to self identification and self determination is a Universal Right and the UN never comprimoses on that, neither should you!
This will surely cause shock waves in Athens and at home because the Government has been pressured by intellectuals and international lawyers to stop all illegal negotiations with Greece and go for a vote in the UN Assembly after which Macedonia will simply remove the 'fyr' reference. More than 130 nations have recognized Macedonia under its constitutional name.
Zwischen den einzelnen Ländern gibt es indes große Unterschiede: Am höchsten ist die Jugendarbeitslosigkeit in Mazedonien (55 Prozent), Spanien (46 Prozent) und Griechenland (44 Prozent), am geringsten in den Niederlanden, der Schweiz und Österreich (jeweils rund 8 Prozent) sowie in Deutschland und Norwegen (rund 9 Prozent). Außer in Deutschland war die Arbeitslosenquote der Jugendlichen 2011 in fast allen Ländern höher als vor Ausbruch der Finanzkrise 2008.
Wirtschaftskrise: Jugend ohne Arbeit - Beruf & Chance - FAZ
Obwohl nicht in der Eu-währungsunion!
euronews: “Um meine Frage noch einmal aufzugreifen: Albaner haben mir gesagt, dass es immer noch Diskriminierung und keine Chancengleichheit für sie in diesem Land gibt.”
Gjorge Ivanov: “Das ist etwas, das sie bei denjenigen monieren sollten, die sie gewählt und denen sie ihr Vertrauen geschenkt haben, den albanischen Parteien, denn diese sind Koalitionspartner. Es gibt albanische Minister, Botschafter, Direktoren… Sie sollten das nicht vom Staat fordern, sondern von den albanischen Parteien, die sie gewählt haben – sie haben volle Bürgerrechte und können diese auch nutzen.”
“Mazedonien braucht die EU-Mitgliedschaft” | euronews, interview
Gut politisch freigeredet. Wusste bisher gar nicht, dass Nikola so gescheit ist.
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