New evidence: in the 70’s Greece had no problem with our country’s name Macedonia


Christopher Purdef, an orthodox deacon from the US state of Ohio, posted on Twitter a map of former Yugoslavia in the mid-1970s, which says Macedonia about the then southernmost republic.


“As I was saying, Greece didn’t have a problem with Macedonia in the 70’s”, he wrote.

A little later Purdeff gave a new argument about the Greek attitude towards the identity of its northern neighbor from four decades ago – an excerpt from a book in which the languages of the then SFRY, including the Macedonian, were listed in Greek.

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