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Jason Miko: The name and identity of Macedonia cannot be changed

Erstellt von Makedonec do Koska, 11.01.2014, 13:32 Uhr · 97 Antworten · 12.287 Aufrufe

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    Zitat Zitat von Achillis TH Beitrag anzeigen
    Trotzdem bist du kein Hellene-Makedone.


    Hellene-Makedone? Ist das ne Neue Eissorte?

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    Ich bin Makedone

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    Zitat Zitat von Archimedes Beitrag anzeigen
    Ich bin Makedone

    Träume sind wie Schäume

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    Ich bin Makedone
    Zeig mal.

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    Australian MP Urge Recognition of Macedonia under Constitution Name

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    Australian MP Tim Watts urges the Australian government to follow the example of the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada in recognizing the constitutional name of the Republic of Macedonia.


    In a letter to the Agency of Emigration of Macedonia, Watts says that many countries, including the US, the UK and Canada ‘have moved on and now use Macedonians' preferred name in their bilateral exchanges with the nation.’


    “Australia is a place where people come to escape conflict, and we have cultivated a harmonious society by showing respect, empathy and tolerance towards others in our community. We should extend the same respect to Macedonians,” the Australian Federal Labour MP notes.




    He says he expects the active parliamentary group for bilateral cooperation and the numerous Macedonian organizations in Australia to keep maintaining this positive trend so as to change Australia’s perception about the Republic of Macedonia.

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    Macedonian toponyms in Greece making a comeback

    Mittwoch, Juni 15, 2016 Ägäis Makedonien , English




    The Macedonians in Greece, step by step are winning some of their battles to return the Macedonian names of villages and cities that were renamed by the Greek Government from 1918-1925.
    Just a few days ago, at the entrance of the village of Polipotamo, the original name of Nered appeared. The village is populated mostly by ethnic Macedonians.


    Nered is in the area of Lerin and is well known to the Greek authorities as one of the most vocal Macedonian townships in the area. The Macedonians there organize a large gathering each year on August 17th, to celebrate the virgin Mary holiday.
    Several months ago, the celebrated Macedonian village of Banica returned its name, instead of Vevi. Whereas road signs to Macedonia which had "Monastiri" were replaced with Bitola.


    When the great powers (UK, Germany) carved up Macedonia in 1913, Greece which was then managed jointly by the Brits and Germans during a seven year period changed the toponyms of over 800 villages, cities, rivers, mountains, even the graves of Macedonians.


    As a result, Lerin became Florina, Voden was changed to Edessa, Solun became Thessaloniki, Ovcharani to Meliti, Banica to Vevi, the birthplace of Macedonian linguist and historian Krste Petkov Misirkov, Postol was renamed to Pella, Kutlesh to Vergina, Sehovo to Idomeni etc.



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    Calls for US to support Macedonia



    Macedonian Human Rights Movement International President, Bill Nicholov, met with US State Department officials on October 19, 2016 and called for the United States to immediately end its calls for Macedonia to change its name and to denounce the name negotiations. Nicholov called for the US to help end the oppression of Macedonians in neighbouring Balkan countries and, finally, to end its interference in Macedonia’s current political situation.


    Nicholov pointed out MHRMI’s long-standing position that Macedonia never should have engaged, or have been forced to engage, in any negotiations about its name. The only way to solve the artificially created name dispute is to end the negotiations, and that MHRMI expects the United States to stand up for its own principles and to condemn the name negotiations as an attack on Macedonia’s most basic of rights. Nicholov reiterated MHRMI’s positions about the name issue, as explained to UN Special Envoy Matthew Nimetz during their meeting of October 18, 2016. Simply put, any discussion of Macedonia’s name only enables Greece in its goals to deny the existence of Macedonians’ ethnic origin, name, language, culture and identity. Macedonia has always been known as such, and Greece’s recent claim to the name Macedonia is only a tactic in the Greek-manufactured name dispute. Nicholov pointed out that the US can end the name dispute by condemning Greece’s position and fully supporting Macedonia.


    Nicholov called for the US to demand the end of discrimination against Macedonians, specifically by Greece, Bulgaria and Albania, and to force these countries to adhere to the international human rights conventions to which they are signatories. He also called for an increase in the State Department’s reporting of human rights violations against Macedonians in its annual Country Reports on Human Rights Practices. He explained that the terminology used for Macedonians in the report on Greece must not appease Greece’s non-recognition of its large Macedonian minority. For example, the use of the State Department’s terms “self-identified Macedonians” and “Slavic groups” only helps Greece to negate the ethnic identity of Macedonians and is not acceptable. Furthermore, the statement that “…more than two million ethnically (and linguistically) Greek citizens also used the term Macedonian in their self-identification” is not only factually incorrect, as ethnic Greeks never claimed the term Macedonian to describe themselves until Greece’s renewed assault on Macedonia, it also aids Greece in denying the existence of a Macedonian ethnicity. Moreover, Greece’s attempts at eradicating the existence of the Macedonian nation – and misappropriating the term Macedonia – must be denounced by the State Department.


    Finally, Nicholov called for the US to end its interference in Macedonia’s internal affairs and political situation. He reiterated MHRMI’s position that the US must end its policy of foreign interventionism and, if it feels that it must provide guidance to other democracies in the world, to do so by example. And there is no better example than to denounce Greece’s most transparent act of oppression against Macedonia – the name dispute – and to put an end to the name negotiations.


    Source: Bill Nicholov

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