Some movement on Greece's name dispute but solution still long way off

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Photo by Hectorlo via Flickr
Photo by Hectorlo via Flickr

The name dispute with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) remains one of the key unresolved matters in Greece’s diplomatic agenda but there appears to be movement on the issue at the moment.

United Nations mediator Matthew Nimetz has recently made his feelings about the stagnation of talks between the two sides clear and, with the apparent support of the United States, wants to “get back to work” as soon as possible.

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