Matthew Nimetz resumes talks about name dispute after three years


The meeting of the Macedonia’s and Greece’s negotiating teams about the name dispute will take place today and tomorrow in Brussels. The UN mediator, Matthew Nimetz, after a three-year pause, will meet with both countries’ representatives, Vasko Naumovski and Adamantios Vassilakis.

As was announced by Niemitz’s office, is part of the UN’s effort to help both sides to find an acceptable solution for both sides about the name dispute.

At the talks in Brussels, Naumovski will be accompanied by an MFA’s diplomat, and the other side, as was agreed with Niemetz, will also be accompanied in the same manner. The mediator is planned to have separate meetings with both countries’ representatives and tomorrow, depending on the course the conversations will take, a joint meeting will take place.

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